Water Features for Gardens

The Timelessness of Landscaping with Ponds, Waterfalls & Fountains

Ponds, waterfalls, and fountains have been used in landscaping for centuries, and for good reason. Water features add a touch of elegance and serenity to any space, and can be customized to fit any size or budget. Ponds are used to create a focal point in a garden, or can be hidden away in a corner for a more intimate feel.

If a waterfall is what you’re looking for then, we can build it to cascade down a slope, or it can be incorporated into an existing pond or fountain. The beauty about these water features is, fountains come in a wide variety of styles and can be used indoors or outdoors. No matter what your vision is for your landscape, water features are a timeless way to add beauty and interest.

At Tamate Landscaping, we specialize in creating unique and beautiful water features for gardens. Whether your wish is to create an Asian-themed or Western-style garden, we can construct and install one-of-a-kind fountains, ponds, and gardens for a range of spaces, dimensions, and budgets.

Examples of Landscaping: Water Features for Gardens in San Francisco.

“The client wanted an Asian-style garden centered on a koi pond. Crystal clear water was a must…” Tamate Landscape worked with this client and their space – a dry patch of yellowing grass surrounded by trees – to transform it into a refuge of classic Asian gentility, while utilizing 21st-century technology to maintain its pristine appearance.

Paul Tamate’s crew replaced the existing dull, plywood deck with a custom built redwood one, which seamlessly leads the owners and their guests to a stone pathway that parallels the koi pond they installed.  The crew installed a state-of-the-art biological filtration system which keeps the koi pond clear and brilliant and makes maintenance exceedingly easy to manage.

Paul’s place showcases what can be done with a very limited space.  To expand the yard, Paul’s crew excavated 5’ into the hillside, which required constructing a retaining wall.  The team then created a 2000 gallon koi pond, complete with a two-stage, vortex and bio-filtration filtration system (which minimizes the pond’s maintenance), installed a four-person cedar dry sauna, and draped the space in stonework and unobtrusive lighting features.

Your secret garden is a click away. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you create your own “secret garden”.

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