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Weeping Willow Copper Tree Water Feature

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Weeping Willow Copper Tree Water Feature

Created and handmade in the UK by an award-winning artist, this piece (along with many others) has featured in the show gardens at the Hampton Court Flower Show and Chelsea Flower Show together with numerous private commissions.

The Weeping Willow is a beautifully sculptured and relaxing water feature with a mass of copper foliage, finely cut elongated leaves and branches. From some of these leaves springs water drops recreating the relaxingly soothing tunes of a light summer rain.

This piece is equally stunning as a centre piece in an existing pond, or as a standalone tree sculpture indoors or out.

One of the attractions of copper is that it may gradually turn a beautiful verdigris, adding character over time.

NB: the copper reservoirs are hand beaten so they are all unique. As such, the sizes are approximate. the depth is 20cm (8ins)
If choosing the plastic pebble pool, we recommend looking into extending the catchment area of the reservoir by using pond liner .

The product will also need to be fixed to the lid of the plastic pebble pool (fixings not included).

The same pump is used for both sizes and is the 2000L p/h (25w, 240v).

The feature comes with pump and hosing required. The reservoir is optional (see above for prices) - choose from no reservoir, plastic reservoir or copper reservoir.

Two sizes of the willow are available

  • Small: Measures 100cm in height and 35cm in diameter
  • Large: Measures 120cm in height and 45-50cm in diameter

    The optional copper reservoir is featured in the main picture:

  • Small tree copper reservoir: 55cm Dia
  • Large tree copper reservoir: 98cm Dia
    Metal: Copper

Tips on Installation and Maintenance

A lot of water features come pre-assembled for the most part, with just a little hose/pump connecting to do before plugging it in to a solar panel or mains socket. Some of our bigger ones require wiring in a plug (which might involve a Part P Certified electrician), but otherwise all instructions will be included.

If you've got any questions, why not check out our Installation Guide for tips on installation location, power and even style tips!

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Why X?

Why Mains Power?

The traditional way to install a water feature is to connect it to your main power supply, although solar powered water features are a great option, there are also benefits to choosing a mains powered feature.

  • Main power is better to effectively run larger water features. These tend to have higher energy requirements, so a mains connection is required for reliable usage.
  • Mains powered water features allow for prolonged use. Solar panels only last as long as they have stored up power and will only work if there is good weather. Mains powered water features will work in any weather and in limited sunlight.
Power Source Mains
Location Goes in a pond
Size Over 1m
Style Tree Trunk
Material Metal

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