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The applications for flagstone are endless, and the benefit to your landscape is tremendous. You dont need to create an entire flagstone patio to see the true beauty of hardscapes in you garden. A simple stepping stone pathway can add a different color and texture that will round off the look of your garden. Steppables and groundcovers inching their way across your hardscape pathways will complete your landscapes synergy to nature.
Pricing is based per pound and by the pallet
Oakfield is a textured flagstone with a light gray or off-white color. This type of flagstone is great for stepping stones and pathways through the garden. The shape of the stone is perfect for creating a natural looking pathway. The stones are thin to medium thickness and come in a variety of sizes.
Chilton steppers are a more colorful and attractive flagstone. The base color of this stone is a dark gray. However, there are many different shades of colors mixed into each piece. Purples and reds intermixed with gray will add a great amount of texture to the pathway and your landscape.
Tumbled steppers are a form of limestone. They have a bright white color and a very smooth texture. Pieces come in medium thickness and medium to large sizes. Thickness and shape of this rock is generally very uniform and level. Edges of the rock are naturally shaped through the tumbling process, but are very smooth.
Desert sandstone has outstanding red color. These flagstone pieces are very unique. Pieces are thin to medium thickness and are cut into larger sheets.
Sandstone that has great coloration and semi-gritty texture. A lighter flagstone that comes in small to medium sized pieces. Chestnut steppers have many different shades of tan and red-brown.
Cut drywall is a semi-smooth rock that is very thick, approx. 4-6". Sheets range from a foot to several feet per sheet and are generally 4-6" wide. This rock is great for retaining walls and outlining garden beds.