Newsletter August 2014


Summer has been blazing right along and we continue to be busy with installation jobs as well as fleshing out our nursery and getting read for a wedding we’ll be hosting. Remember that it’s warm weather fish food season at the moment. We’ve got the Dainichi!

In this newsletter we will be discussing some common myths and misconceptions. We also have a list of Cool Plants that will look great in your garden right now as well as new items we have in our gift shop, classes and our most recent projects we’ve done!

Is there a topic you’d like us to cover? Let us know!

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You may simply know us as Falling Water Gardens, the aquatic nursery and garden center in Monroe with the big fountains and display gardens. But 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! 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? 

Contact us for an estimate at (360) 863 1400.

Plant Data Base

As some of you may or may not know we have been putting together a plant data base that contains all the information about the plants that we sell at the nursery.

We have even taken it one step further and have incorporated QR codes into the database to help you save and recall information on the plants you are interested in at home or have bought from our nursery. You can bring us the saved plants from this data base to help us locate the ones you want. As well as when you come to Falling Water Gardens you will be able to scan the plant signs to get further information about the plants and flowers.

What is a QR code? In the simplest terms a QR code is a barcode. Most smart phones come equipped with a barcode/QR code reader that will scan the QR code and bring you to the web page of information about our plants. From there you can bookmark the page. If yours does not contain a QR code reader already  you can download one for free through your phone’s app store.

Please note that we’ve updated our newsletter format. You may navigate through this newsletter by clicking on the page numbers below.