What's important to remember about water gardens is that they don't have to be complicated.
We will take the unknown out of it and design an exceptional water component to your landscape -- working with what suits you best: electricity-fed or solar-run, taking into account quantity and size of water features, even adding fish if you'd like (don't worry, we'll raccoon-proof it). Regardless of the specific attributes, you can be certain that your water garden will add a special, dynamic element to your green space as a haven for a variety of butterflies, birds, and other pollinators.
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This is the main view from our client's house where we installed this stunning water garden. At night, there are lights to allow the client to enjoy the peace of the water garden and the native plants at all times. Unpictured is the first pond which spills out into this one as the gardens are built into a terrace.
Here we can see a smaller water garden (approximately 3 x 5 feet) that includes a shelf for aquatic plants (such as the rush pictured). This water garden is run by a solar-powered pump and is a focal point in the greenscape, drawing wildlife in.
We also do renovations of previous water gardens! This water garden was previously established but was precariously mounted. With Birdsong, all issues were fixed, allowing the water garden to blend in nicely with its surroundings.
As a nook in an outdoor patio of this restaurant, our water garden offers soothing background noise in addition to having a sound softening benefit.
The water here spouts directly out of the painting!
Aquatic plants sit on a shelf in this water garden except for water lilies which sit in pots at the bottom of the pool.
The garden notably features a recirculating water pump - run on electricity - that operates the waterfall and the aesthetics of the stone stacking lining the pool contrasts neatly with the dry stack wall noted in the back.
The plants overlooking the garden also contribute to a cascade effect.