Design and Installation
Cape Fear Water Gardens designs and installs beautiful, self-contained water gardens. These water features consist of an ecosystem pond and a variety of options when it comes to streams and waterfalls. As Atlantic Water Garden Professionals, Cape Fear Water Gardens knows a pond must be installed properly in order for it to be the low maintenance, organic backyard paradise you long for.
Pondless waterfalls are perfect water features for those who love the peaceful effects of running water by way of natural waterfalls and/or streams with minimal maintenance. There is no ecological need to run the pump continuously. You can simply unplug the system while you're on vacation or even set it on a timer to turn off at night for electrical savings.
Disappearing fountains are the perfect solution to the small space garden. They also make great entry way water features. We have a variety of decorative pieces available. Visit Stone Garden to view displays or schedule a consultation for a more guided tour of options.
A large scale water feature could be the perfect thing to spice up your backyard! Ponds, water gardens, pondless waterfalls, rainwater harvesting, constructed wetlands, and aeration filters are just some of the advanced projects offered by Cape Fear Water Gardens.
If you have an existing pond that you're not happy with, whether it's the look or the high maintenance, we can restore your pond to your needs. Cape Fear Water Gardens can change design elements to achieve the appearance/style desired or we can add all the necessary elements to start a balanced ecosystem required for a low maintenance water garden.
Maintenance and Repair
Pond Cleanouts - Leak Troubleshootings - Pump Replacements - Aquatic Plantings - Maintenance Packages
Our water gardens are based on the principles of establishing a working ecosystem to do the bulk of the maintenance for us. A working ecosystem is established by determining the right combination of aquatic plants and fish for your water garden. We've taken out all the guess work and put together minimum plant requirements based on the size of your pond to make sure your plants are consuming excess nutrients and out competing the excessive growth of algae.