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We offer a dynamic, multi-dimensional feature that soothes and calms both visibly and audibly. It fits into the landscape, rather than standing out like a sore thumb apart from it.
Relax along side a water garden and experience a tranquility that transcends today's' stressful world. Recuperate from your hectic day with free moments, listening to the soothing sound of a waterfall.
Water gardening done right can turn your backyard into an aquatic paradise.
The pond-less water feature offers all the beauty of a pond without the maintenance. Unlike ponds which need to run 24 hours a day. A pond-less operates only when the owner is there to enjoy it (not during the work day or at night when everyone is asleep) so it uses only a fraction of the electricity and water that a pond would. And because it can be shut down (and essentially hidden) at night, this system is compelling feature for public spaces like restaurants, office buildings and front yards.
While the still water of a pond brings a calming influence to a landscape, streams infuse it with energy. Whether moving slowly or rushing in a cascade, water flowing past, over, and around rock creates dynamic tension. Where ponds bring focus to a landscape and create a kind of static composition, a stream runs through the landscape like a story, connecting one part with another in a narrative filled with sound and splashes of shadow and light.
A delight to the eye and ear
Of all the components of landscaping, none is more wholly soothing than a fountain or a water feature. A fine lawn is certainly pleasing to the eye. A well-designed flowerbed adds a pleasurable scent to the experience. But a fountain can intrigue the eye with its design, delight the ear with its bubbling and splashes, and mesmerize the mind with the water's continuous movement. It's no wonder that businesses and municipalities around the world include fountains in their architectural plans.
The use of rock to form the edges of streams and ponds is one of the most creative design and construction techniques in water gardening. Every rock, no mater how small, contributes to the overall picture, requiring care in the individual positioning in relation to its neighbor and the other rocks used in the scheme, often extending well beyond the immediate surrounds of the water feature.

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