- Aug 10, 2017
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Hello. I'm adding a second, small minnow pond (50 gal) next to my current 125 gal goldfish pond. I'd like to make a "waterfall" that looks like water flowing through an old log. I've found some ceramic planters online that are open on the top for plants and I'm thinking if I slightly tilt this I can make it so my pump tubing goes in one end and the water would spill out, into the pond, on the other end. I'd have the "log" extend over the edge of the pond to avoid leakage. I'm using a ridged pond liner that will be in the ground. Has anyone done this? Is ceramic clay non-toxic/fish safe? Should I spray it with a clear flex seal so it's not as porous? Any other ideas of what I could use to achieve this look besides this type of planter? Everything I see made for ponds is just black plastic that's hard to hide the edges of. Thanks.