The elements of water and fire are combined in this landscaping project in Washington, Utah. While out front, the landscape is dominated by easy-to-care-for artificial turf.

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Water and fire are two elements generally thought of as completely incompatible. Fire turns the water into steam. Or water extinguishes the fire. Yet one of our recent landscaping projects in Washington, Utah incorporated those two elements along with a third – earth in the form of boulders – into an amazing pair of water/fire/stone features.