Sierra Water Gardens are host to a handful of events, activities and classes, including a summer music series in the evenings where you are encouraged to bring your own chair/beverage and sit back and enjoy. Whether there is a scheduled event or not, your visit here is a little escape to paradise. It’s magical the way the beauty and sound of the garden envelop you, encouraging exploration of the multiple ponds and water fountains while the sitting areas invite you to stay.
Meet Samantha and Sutter Stremmel, owners of Sierra Water Gardens and The Wedge, a ceramics studio located across the street. Besides being the perfect place to host your next party, it’s the first place you need to go for recommendations in pond building/design and to purchase supplies.
I had a hard time editing down the number of photos I wanted to share as it’s such a dreamy location to photograph. Please enjoy the photo tour below and then go visit in person. They are now open for the 2014 season and may be the perfect venue to host your next party!
A variety of water fountains using ceramic pots, cement structures and up cycled materials will inspire you to add some tranquility to your own garden.
This is the place to find everything you need to get started.
Sierra Water Gardens has a beautiful selection of succulents and tillandsias (air plants) along with a variety of display ideas.
Hanging Tillandsia Ball
Succulent coffee table
Succulents planted in beautiful ceramic vessels made by local artisans.
Shade sails are also available for purchase.
Wooly Pockets come in a variety of sizes and colors to make your own living plant wall.
These are basically waterproof pockets you fill with dirt and plants. I’m working on getting one up and running at my husbands office. More on that soon!
Tell them I said hi when you stop by to stay and thanks for checking them out!
Comment and let me know what you think!