Ashwaubenon #2 Landscape Design Photo Gallery
Water features are very interesting and pleasing addition to any landscape. In this project boulders and natural stone outcroppings were used to create a multi-level waterfall and pond. This is a bog filtration system with a pond skimmer at the end of the pond. Tumbled pavers were used to create the walk ways, steps and patio. A bridge made of one large piece of natural stone was installed to cross over the stream. This was a complete installation with planting beds, plants, mulch, sod and an irrigation system. Plants that were used in this project are River Birch, Multi-Stemmed Serviceberry, Fineline Buckthorn, Minuet Weigela and Silver Princess Daisy. Noted Materials: Holland Stone Tumbled Pavers, Quarry Stone Outcroppings, Fieldstone Boulders.
Project Designers: Paul Bowker / Ryan Mathys
Project Completion: June 2007