SWMBO has asked me to fix-up, and get working, an old wall-mounted water feature - a cast iron lion; water is supposed to come out of its mouth and land in a bowl. First observations are: it needs to besolar-powered, the collection bowl is too small for the reservoir (so it needs a tank, such as a 5L plastic container, behind or underneath) and that the collection bowl needs an inner bowl that can overflow into the main bowl and out of a pipe at the bottom. Water features on-line seem to quote flow rates of about 250LPH, which seems rather high but is at an unspecified sun exposure (insolation?) so I guess would never be achieved in the real world. I haven't found a solar-powered pump that specifies how far it will lift (I presume blowing is better than sucking) so I'd appreciate recommendations for a pump, and some advice on the area of solar panel needed to run it. (I discounted using a windscreen washer pump because of the extended run time compared to washing a car windscreen).