A waterfall on Long Island, designed and built by Emil Kreye & Son, plummets eight feet to the pond below. Rock work and plantings give the impression that the waterfall has been there forever. The waterfall design includes a moss rock retaining wall that retains the grade. Stepping stones lead across the pond to stone steps which take a visitor up and over the waterfall for a view from above. A seating area overlooks the falls. What was previously a sand hill was turned into a serene retreat. In a pond that wraps partially around the house, colorful koi and goldfish wander through the expansive environment at this East Norwich, Long Island residence . Waterfall Long Island
We are so excited to share this video featuring the Kreye Garden on Kamp Kenan! Luke Kreye and Gabrielle Kreye give a tour of the garden to nature and conservation enthusiast Kenan Harkin, who has lots of great questions along the way. This video explains how the ecosystem works in this healthy pond and stream as well as how landscape artistry can bring nature to your back door.