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2018 December Newsletter

What’s New, Worth Checking Out, & Sales!

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Bring the family and come pick out your Christmas tree!

This year’s selection:

 

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Gingerbread Men & Holiday Cookie Ornaments

Do you have an upcoming Christmas cookie baking party? These would be so cute to hang around the kitchen as you make your tasty treats.

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GOLD & GLAM Theme

Love the sparkly birds on this tree. Is there an ornament you see on our display trees that you must have? Come pick it out!

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PINK & SPARKLY Theme

Dazzle your little girl with a few pink ornaments from our pink themed Christmas tree!

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Holiday Glass Christmas Trees

We have an assortment of gorgeous glass Christmas trees. Put a light fixture in the bottom of it and enjoy the glow at night!

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Please note that we’ve updated our newsletter format. You may navigate through this newsletter by clicking on the page numbers below.

Rick Perry installed his first pond in his parents garden when he was only 15 years old! Ponds were built out of concrete back then. His parents still own that home and the original pond has been expanded and rebuilt twice, as the technology in pond liners, pumps, and filters continued to evolve. Rick’s love of water in the garden never went away and for over 16 years he continued to install ponds in his own homes and those of his friends and family. After someone suggested that Rick could make a living off of doing what he loved, Falling Water Designs was born. Rick has been involved in the water garden industry longer than there has been a water garden industry. He is very excited by the continuing innovations that are making it possible for every homeowner to enjoy a low maintenance, affordable water feature in the garden. Rick has been interviewed and featured in Koi World Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and Water Features for Every Garden by Helen Nash.