Natural stone is timeless. It can be used in contemporary, modern or rustic designs. Boulders, crushed rock and flagstone all have different uses and applications.
Natural stone makes great garden edging. This is 2-4 inch Rundle stone.
Rundle patio, path, step and garden wall with GT accent boulders, medium bark mulch are a great way to complement your pergola. This combination makes for a great outdoor seating area.
A boulder rock garden with medium bark mulch and cobblestone edging. With an extreme elevation in your backyard, we can help you maximize your space with a nature-scaped boulder retaining wall. It's like coming home to the mountains in your backyard!
A well placed accent boulder makes a unique feature in an average sized front yard. The colours in this boulder tie into the house nicely.
Natural stone stairs with flagstone landings. Boulders work really well to make a boring hill into a functional rustic path.
Building a small mountain in your yard is a wonderful way to bring nature closer to home. Boulders properly arranged make an excellent planter that provide height variation in your design.
40mm Rundle rock beds with snap edging and an accent boulder. The black Rundle ties in with the colours on the house and brings out the colours in the plants. The snap edging provides an invisible edge.
40mm Rustic crushed rock bed with cobblestone edging and a small accent boulder. The edging provides a clean edge that eliminates the need for trimming.
Creston Valley Flagstone path. Pulling a lawnmower through rocks is painfully frustrating. By adding a flagstone walkway you are creating an easy way to walk to the back yard and you no longer have to struggle with pulling a lawnmower though rocks.
Valemont accent boulder. This boulder is highlighted with spot lights that illuminate the rock at night.
Boulder stairs speak for themselves. They are unique and beautiful and can be incorporated in just about any design. Adding small plant material helps to give colour contrast to the finished product.