Root was asked to finish a waterfall which had erosion issues. We solved the issue by building retaining walls in a local style harmonious with the surrounding woodland garden. Plantings feature a variety of ferns.
A variegated Ajuga amidst rocks and water dappled by the afternoon sun.
In this naturalized pond-side setting, aquatic and terrestrial plants are both used to good effect.
A wider view of the series of retaining walls Root built to solve the erosion problem occurring at a waterfall built by another company.
A waterfall is framed here by stonework. The steep bank on one side of the watercourse has been secured with large rocks in rip-rap fashion, and the opposite side evokes a gravel beach.
Another view of the waterfall series where we built retaining walls to solve the problem.
Some primroses, like the ones pictured here, really do well by the water.
A naturalized stream-side planting features blue flag in bloom.
Direct view of waterfall with newly installed retaining walls.