Whether a flower garden, container, water feature or fish pond, we have the experience to give you do-it-yourself advice or provide full design, installation and maintenance service. Stop by or call for a consultation appointment.
With water gardens every project is unique and left up to ones imagination. We make every effort to make
these projects blend into the surronding landscape. Our passion is to build these projects with the highest
quality materials and plants to provide you with many years of worry free enjoyment. When complete these
projects will add great value to your property and make your little Peace of Paradise more enjoyable.
This was a very unique job because of the scituation. It was located on a steep, sloped area of solid ledge.
The traditional water garden materials couldn't be used making it a real challenge.
The home owner, Marilyn Chenault Minot, is a certified interior designer with more than 25 years experience and she loves the looks of this water feature.
Please visit her web site at MCM Design Management, LLC.
Winter time in Cohasset.
More winter magic.
The rock garden and water fountain was built at the the Roman Table, a shop in Scituate Harbor that specializes
in Fine European Cookware, Tableware, Linens, Olive Oils, Balsamic Vinegars, Gifts, Events, and Classes.
A winter time look at the completed project.
The rock garden was built in an area where a title 5 septic tank was installed and grass would not grow.
The retaining wall for this same title 5 system, needed plants to hide the top and give the areaa some interest.
This was a typical attempt of a home owner to build a water garden. He had the right idea,
however, lacked the experience to make it work.
This was a do it yourself help project. Lisa needed professional help with the rocks and mechanical
parts of the water garden. Lisa is owner of Lisa Berkins Designs, a professional container gardener who
uses uncommon plant material purchased at Hillbilly-Acres.com
Completed project one year later.
This was a bit of a challenge to make the pond fit into the landscape and
keep its natural look, as with all ponds and waterfalls.
The completed water garden. One thousand gallon pond with waterfall.
This pond was built with a typical pre-molded
plastic liner to make it simple for the typical home
owner to build a samall pond. They are very difficult to
conceal into the landscape and very difficult to keep from growing algea.
I don't recommend them for these reasons. With a little imagination and effort
they can be made into a natural setting. They have their limits.
Norwell project one year later.
Magical Moon Foundation
my second Norwell project,
and the Fountains page.