Welcome to January’s Newsletter
The nursery slows down for these winter months, but we’re still open and here to inspire your 2020 pond & garden dreams. Check out the selection we’ve put together to inspire you in this new year and upcoming spring season. Visit the Gift Shop.
We offer free classes during spring and summer months. Classes include:
- Spring Pond Care
- Pond Building 101
- Pots, Bubblers, & Spitters
- Dividing & Transplanting Aquatic Plants
- Aquatic Plant Care + Rick’s Favorites
Click here to learn about the classes!
If you’ve been keeping up with our newsletters and social media, then you know by now that we are a wedding & events venue. We have exciting news to share about our 2020 season! Rick has designed a beautiful formal wedding venue and the crew has been busy making it all come to life! Stay tuned for updates along the way. Do you know of any recent engagements? Let them know that we’re a wedding & events venue! Visit our wedding site to learn more.
Visit our Cool Plants section to see our plant favorites for January.
For January, we are reflecting on the previous year of projects. Thank you to our wonderful 2019 clients!
This month we are introducing a koi breed called Matsuba.
Keep your fish and pond healthy! Read January’s How-To to learn about what to do in freezing temperatures.
Is there a specific topic or subject you’d like us to talk about and cover? Please let us know!
Did you know?
You may simply know us as Falling Water Gardens, the aquatic nursery and garden center in Monroe with the big fountains and display gardens. Did you know that the parent company, Falling Water Designs has been designing and installing award winning gardens and water features in the Puget Sound since the year 2000? It’s true! And we’ve been featured countless times in the media.
We were also featured on HGTV’s show Landscaper’s Challenge not once, but twice. We’ve won awards with the Washington Association of Landscape Professionals, The Northwest Flower and Garden Show and the American Horticulture Society. We must be doing something right.
Looking to have some work done in your garden? In need of pond maintenance?
Contact us for more information and an estimate at (360) 863-1400 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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