12,988 rock water feature Traditional Home Design Photos

Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Alderwood Landscape
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opposed to ordering one. The bubbler rock in this photo is a natural basalt column that has been core-drilled to allow water to spill-out of the top. Our primary
primary suppliers for these fountain kits (bubbler rock, submersible pump, plumbing parts, liner, etc.) are Rock Mountain Products in Western WA, and Tumble Stone
search for local rock & landscape suppliers that have retail sales environments. Many suppliers also carry pre-cast concrete bubbler "rocks" that look like
Center boulder with rock surround, small
nice natural but small water feature. If the
backyard for thinking or zoning out.Next: Browse thousands of outdoor water feature designs
Love the rock and water feature...Water feature ideas for the garden
Sunmar Construction
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Outdoor living Charlotte
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water fall functions as diving rock and alcove
nice feature...Love the rocks...Great rock water fall...Water fall 3...Rock and...next pool rock...Water feature...water ledge...Water feature for lap pool...rocks plants...Rocks for grotto....Water fall rocks
“waterfall” — Shane Hoff
Grow Landscapes, Inc.
Loudoun County Landscape & Design. Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Gravel Courtyad - Water fall - Slab stone steps - privacy screens
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Gravel Courtyad - Water fall - Slab stone steps - privacy screens
Gravel Courtyard - Water fall - Slab stone steps - privacy screens - boulder settings - step-over walkway - Front entry
Here's what I don't like - scattered rocks that just look like they were
The steps and the water feature...Next to stairs dry creek for water.
“Stone steps down from garage?” — SimplyHome
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
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Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Sammamish Highlands
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like the different tiers created with earth and rock
Rock waterfall for up back...Water feature...Rock waterfall...Pond and rock...Fence and water feature ideas...Water feature looks amazing.
“They brought height into this yard even though the next yard seems to be lower like the fore front.” — danandret
Landscape Connection
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Park Hill Backyard After
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Denver Colorado Outdoor Room(s) including outdoor dining, pathways, water feature with accent lighting.
water feature dividing yard into two separate areas? focal point.
setting & rocks. compact size....Water feature...water feature: waterfall...I like the rock fall...Fish pond with rocks...The water feature
“Ollie's work” — jonesysgirl
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Gravel Courtyad - Water fall - Slab stone steps - privacy screens
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Gravel Courtyad - Water fall - Slab stone steps - privacy screens
Gravel Courtyard - Water fall - Slab stone steps - privacy screens - boulder settings - step-over walkway - Front entry
concrete slabs and rocks: low maintenance
Like the rocks in the mulch area...water feature...Water feature front...water feature and seating areas...hardscaping, water feature?...flagstone with mulch. water feature.
“circular areas” — bmache
Michael Hatcher & Associates, Inc.
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Mallard Lodge
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What water pump did you use to move such a high volume of water?
wonderful water feature...smaller version of rock fountain...Water feature...complexity arrangement big rocks...Water features...Good rocks...water fountain...Rock design...rock fountain
“Awesome” — Tracey Reynolds
Aquascape Inc.
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Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
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What are the names of plants used in the water feature?
is a pine tree. Maybe a snow pine. The green one in front of it on the rocks is an Acer Palmatum, Japanese Maple. They grow to be about 10' high and also
left of it looks like a lily or grass. Reeds do well near ponds too and water Irises. I like Cyperus, umbrella plant but they need containment because
chair easily knits its way into a natural setting like this one. The stacked rocks around the pond add visual interest while keeping the feeling calm and serene
Just add a few chairs and carefully placed rocks, and you may not come in until dark. The boulders serve a utilitarian purpose
Rocks around the water looks good
“dk” — Sue Johnson
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