Welcome to May’s Newsletter This year calls for an even greater celebration for that special lady in your life. Falling Water Gardens is proud to be hosting our annual Mother’s Day Weekend Extravaganza on Saturday, May 9th, & Sunday, May 10th, from 10am-6pm. We invite
Essential Business: Coronavirus update From the owners of Falling Water Gardens & Designs: As we write this note, we are reaching the third week of the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” directive from Governor Jay Inslee. With so much uncertainty, we are constantly monitoring all Washington
I am the King of the primates! My name is Tor and I am mainly a herbivore. My hair is black, and I have yellow eyes. Take a photo with me and win a prize!!! *Show a staff member the photo and they will give you a special peacock feather!
Welcome to April’s Newsletter What a whirlwind life has been in just the last month. We truly hope that all of you have managed to stay safe & healthy during this time. Please read an announcement from the owners here. During this time of quarantine, we encourage you to find
Welcome to March’s Newsletter Mark your calendar because March 19th is the first day of spring. We are so looking forward to another gardening season and hope you are too. Let’s make the most of it this year! What’s the latest in the gift shop? Our wonderful nursery manage
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 t
Welcome to December’s Newsletter Happy Holidays to all of you! We hope your Thanksgiving was filled with good food and great company. Now that December is here, it’s time to load the family in the car and head on over Falling Water Gardens to pick out your Christmas tree!
Hardy Water Lilies Being in Washington State, we are fortunate enough to experience all four seasons. As we transition into fall and winter, pond gardens begin to fade. We receive many questions this time of year regarding water lilies and the proper care for them in winter. Should I