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Old 08-28-2010, 03:15 PM
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I've been working on a large waterfall in my backyard for a long time, and it's time for me to throw in the towel and get professional help. I have the plumbing and pump set up fine, but making it look nice with rock placement is a lot harder than I expected it to be.

Can anyone recommend a landscaping company that could finish the job? I live on the NW side, near I-10 and Camp Bullis.
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Old 08-28-2010, 07:36 PM
Location: Pipe Creek, TX
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I'm building one myself after I am done prepping the area in the yard. I think it just requires some patience and a lot of expirementation when you are doing the DIY thing. Also, visiting places where water flows and falls naturally can help, and it does help to look at the natural lay of the land surrounding the water.

I don't know what your budget constraints are, but I would recommend Annie Gillespie and her company out of Austin. She is brilliant with water features, but I'm thinking it may cost a bit. Here's the link:

Landscape Design | Austin | Landscape Construction | Architecture | Austin, TX | Botanical Concerns
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