Landscape water features are a feast for the eyes, and the sound of water cascading from a fountain or waterfall can be quite relaxing.
If your idea of landscape water features is more than a bird bath placed in your Durham, North Carolina yard, you have come to the right place. At Garden Environments, our landscape design services are more involved than what you might think. We can incorporate any type of water feature you envision so you can enjoy the many benefits involved.
Landscape water features are an attractive focal point for your outdoor space, and the sound of water cascading from a fountain or waterfall can be quite relaxing. The enjoyment of water is one of the main reasons why waterfront properties are so coveted. Because of the “white noise” effect of a water feature, it helps to center you in the space. A well designed water feature will also attract birds and other wildlife to your garden. Water features add motion, sparkle, and life to the garden. A water garden is often the crown jewel of a garden. You don’t have to pay the high price tag for one because we can create a similar experience wherever your home is located.
There are several types of landscape water features that we can incorporate into your landscape design, including pondless waterfalls, retaining wall waterfalls, garden fountains, vase fountains, column fountains, water gardens, rain gardens, ponds, and bubbling rock fountains. Whether you desire a multi-level water feature with waterfalls or a single-level with fountains, we can create whatever you envision.
The combination of native plants and landscape water features can be a win-win for low-maintenance landscaping that gives you more time to simply enjoy the result. We take the time to learn what you want to accomplish and then design and execute the plan to your complete satisfaction.
If you would like to know more about the landscape water features that we can include in your landscape design, don’t hesitate to reach out to schedule a consultation.
At Garden Environments, we create landscape water features in the Triangle area of North Carolina, including Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill, Pittsboro, Carrboro, Hillsborough, Wake Forest, Creedmoor, Morrisville, Apex, Southpoint, Holly Springs, and surrounding areas.