Cedar Creek Water Feature

Normally, I limit my waterfall images to the natural kind, but there is one man-made waterfall rock garden that warrants sharing. It was created eight years ago as the entrance garden for a mountain gated community along Cedar Creek in Rutherford County. It is the best of its kind I’ve ever seen. The two waterfalls appear totally believable, and the giant granite boulders used for the simulated rock wall are perfectly placed for maximum effect. Everything about this place is well done, especially the selection and placement of the evergreens, and the smaller stones that surround them. Add eight years of moss and plant growth, and a masterpiece is born.

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