Center Street Promenade, Anaheim, CA, 92802
Buster Simpson, 1993
Original East Anaheim boundary was marked by willow trees whose appetite for water imperiled the colony’s water supply. Water runoff from fountain falls into a tree well where a willow tree is planted. Water to the fountain is brought up along a spiraling copper pipe which is naturally cooled by the evaporation of the runoff water. Water runoff falls into the tree well to nourish the tree. A willow post measuring 3″ in diameter was taken from Santa Ana River and planted. Today it is a tree.
Medium type: Drinking Fountain - Metal
Date created: 1993
Dimensions: 4' x 6' x 2.5'