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Types of Water Features:

1. Bubbler and Fountain

Pros - This is the easiest and most cost effective option for a fountain. They usually don't take up much space so can be easily integrated with your landscape. They can provide the classic soothing noise of a waterfall while fitting your budget. 

Cons - Bubblers and fountains are not as loud as other options, and often made of synthetic material rather than natural stone. 

$1-5k Depending on Size and Material 

2. Pondless WaterFall

Pros - Open water space is decreased, which reduces the maintenance and safety concern. These are louder, self contained, and often contain natural stone, giving you a more natural feel. 

Cons - More expensive to construct, not good for larger spaces.

Starting at $5k

3. WaterFall into garden Pond

Pros - They are the loudest option, providing soothing natural sounds. These are the biggest option out of all the waterfalls and often the most aesthetic. These ponds can support aquatic life such as fish, frogs, and plants. These always constructed out of natural materials. 

Cons - Most expensive. More maintenance due to increased water volume and size. Depending on the depth, these can be a safety concern for small children. 

Starting at $7-8K Depending on Size

Spring Bulbs

Our four favorite types are Tulip, Allium, and Daffodil. Spring bulbs have to be planted in the previous fall, and they are not effected by frozen temperatures. They are hassle free, and will bloom first out of most plants so a good rule of thumb is to plant them toward the middle or back part of the bed. 

Fall Annuals

Fall annuals are planted late summer or early fall, they consist of plants like  Mums, Cabbages, Kales, Peppers, and Millet. They go well with ornamental grasses and fall blooming perennials like Sedum.

Contact us today to learn more about specific annuals we provide.

Tropical Summer Annuals