Hi everyone, I ran a quick search, but haven't seen anything that might answer my question... we have a customer with a two-zone irrigation system, and two of the heads in one zone happen to be in an oval driveway flowerbed (the rest are in the lawn). The system was reconfigured from a builder's DIY horror-show to a functional, though mildly flawed setup by a local irrigation guy last year. One remaining loose end is the fact that the heads in the flower bed are totally obstructed by perennials and shrubs: the plan was to elevate them on some kind of stake, and disguise them as some kind of garden ornement/lighting component partially hidden by vegetation. He hasn't gotten there yet. The place is fairly formal/urban in style, an waterfront McMansion. Has anyone done this, or seen it done, or know of any online outfits that do fancy/decorative irrigation heads? Thorough watering isn't particularily critical; the plants around the outer edge were selected for hardiness against drought since the builder use sand everywhere for fill, and we seem to be residing in the new tropical rainforest (New England). This is more for the benefit of the Miami resident homeowner, who calls in April to see if the system is on yet (we're still looking at freezes in April) - the first month he owned the place 4 years ago, the electricians cut the power to the system, and the whole place fried to a crisp in the only hot, dry week we had that summer: he's still not recovered from the trauma of a white lawn. All suggestions, critiques and issues raised are welcome.