2020 July Newsletter

Welcome to July’s Newsletter

Summer is in full swing! July is Falling Water Gardens BIRTHDAY month. This is the nursery’s 12th year in business and we are celebrating with our annual Birthday Bash as a big thank you to our customers over the years. Our Birthday Bash will be held Saturday, July 11th and Sunday, July 12th, from 10am-6pm. For more details about our Birthday Bash, please click here.

For this month’s How-To we address faulty or failing pumps. Check out Featured Items & Sales at Falling Water Gardens. Take a look at this month’s featured Cool Plants that are available for purchase at the nursery.

Snohomish County needs to be in phase 3 in order for us to have more than 5 people in a class. So, we are still waiting to see if we will be offering any classes this month. With that being said, please check back on our Facebook page or Falling Water Gardens website for any class schedule updates. Any class offered will be located on our wedding lawn where we can space each student/family 6′ apart. Classes will also be weather dependent. View information on the free classes we offer here.

For our most recent landscaping projects, click here.

Our Featured Koi this month is Showa.

Is there a specific topic or subject you’d like us to talk about and cover? Please let us know!

* Falling Water Gardens will be closed Saturday, July 4th. We will re-open at 10AM on Sunday, July 5th. *

Wishing everyone a safe & Happy Fourth of July!

Did you know?

Falling Water Designs LogoYou 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.

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