Throughout history, cities and homesteaders alike settled near springs and waterfalls as a prime place to live; that’s what we bring to you. We can make you feel as though a real spring flows from your land.
Our 100 foot streams burst from the hills like natural springs, gently spilling down beneath oak and dogwood trees, tumbling down 25 feet of vertical fall.
Garden of the Year
Winner of St. Louis Homes + Lifestyles Garden of the Year. View this elite waterfall featuring nearly 1,000 tons of natural stone boulders that pumps 48,000 gallons of water per hour. There wasn’t a single boulder on the property when they started.
5 Under 40
Caleb Bauer is recognized as a 5 Under 40 Artist for his unique ability to design and construct expansive waterfalls by finessing large boulders into place for stability and beauty.
Greater St. Louis-based Bauer Falls is owned and operated by three brothers:
The Bauer brothers' lifelong passion for nature led them into an exclusive artistry designing and creating natural luxury waterfalls and koi ponds. They won SLHL Garden of the Year for creating an elite waterfall featuring nearly 1000 tons (37 semi loads) of natural stone boulders that pumps 48,000 gallons of water per hour. Caleb Bauer also won 5
Under 40 for his artistry in designing and constructing widespread waterfalls by finessing large
boulders into place for beauty and stability much like a jeweler sets diamonds. While stones make up pathways, steps and landings are made flat and others are boulder-like quality both to anchor hillsides during erosion-creating rains and mimic the Rocky Mountain landscape homeowners love.
Growing up on property bordering the nearly 6500 acre Cuivre River State Park, the young Bauers explored the secrets of the woods from the mossy creek bottoms to the oak covered hilltops. This powerful experience was essential for the creation of and natural aspect to Bauer Falls. It was created with the idea of bringing as much nature to people as possible. During their time spent in the hills and woods, the lay of the land; the way, over the centuries, rocks and boulders tumbled into place, and the ebb and flow of the streams and creeks became imbedded in their minds. They have used that natural institutional memory to make their clients feel as though a real spring flows from their land.
Find out how Bauer's landscaping designs keep winning awards and being featured in area news.
Step across the threshold of Maria and Ken Bowers’ South County home, and you are drawn into the mural that stretches across the entire back wall of their residence.
This Florissant garden by Bauer Falls is a treat for both the eyes and the ears.
These five talented young professionals are the people to watch in St. Louis, producing some of the most innovative and exciting projects in town.
Illinois homeowners put total faith in landscape designers Caleb and Josh Bauer to create a breathtaking back yard and this year’s 2018 Garden of the Year.
This graceful garden by Bauer Falls is filled with color from spring when the azaleas and peonies flower through fall when the ornamental trees and conifers hold forth.
Caleb Bauer is one of five rising design stars under 40 years of age according to St. Louis Homes + Gardens.
Caleb Bauer’s living wall gets more spectacular each new season as plants grow and fill in.
Bauer Falls’ creations are undeniably intricate, but incorporate a free-flowing undercurrent that comes from letting nature – and each project – take its own course.
Ginny Mueller’s garden harmonizes with the land via streams that spill down the hillside with boundless joy and hums quietly in pools filled with colorful koi.
Bauer Falls uses Clematis Villa De Leon in their luxury waterfalls, water gardens and koi ponds because of its stunning coloration that changes over time.