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    This landscape by Vance Barnes features a beautiful waterfall that can be enjoyed from the patio or gazebo.

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    The sound of a waterfall adds to the calming influence of a well-designed landscape.

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    Landscaping rock prevent erosion from the waterfall and keeps the water clean and clear.

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    Make a splash with waterfalls in a small recirculating pond.

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    A small waterfall helps keep ponds at this corporate site clean and healthy.

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    A steep grade or sloped landscape is an ideal place to add a waterfall.

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    Fall in love with your landscape by adding a pretty, soothing waterfall.

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    A man-made waterfall can be part of a natural-looking landscape.

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    A waterfall helps circulate and aerate a pond to prevent algae overgrowth.

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    A recirculating pump helps keep this waterfall flowing.

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    Water falls and water features can often be linked to a single circulation system.

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    Create drama with a large waterfall, like this one at the Villas of Brandon Oaks.

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    This waterfall flanks a stone staircase in home landscape by Zach Lieven.

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    Waterfalls can have a single drop or several levels or tiers, depending on the elevation.

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    Layers of outcropping stone are used to build this beautiful waterfalls.

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    This large waterfall have several small pools and an intricate pumping system to keep water moving.

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    Stone in the lowest basin helps filter water and prevents splashing onto the adjacent patio.

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