Seven Falls Monarch Park– Etowah, NC: Landscape Design and Construction

Native Habitat Reclamation and Park

The site is at the lower end of a drainage area where four freshwater wetlands form the centerpiece of an area designed as a quiet, contemplative, educational park. The sitting areas and distant views along with native plantings of wildflowers, perennials, trees and shrubs encourage wildlife and human interaction. The park has become a favorite place within the 1,500 acre Seven Falls Golf and River Club.

The plant pallet was specifically selected to encourage birds, bees, butterflies and people to enjoy the natural setting.

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