We have been helping our customers create beautiful gardens for over 60 years. We specialise in the supply of paving, decorative edging, stepping stones and gravels for people who love their garden.
For 60 years we handmade reconstituted stone products (concrete) at our site in Oxfordshire. However, in 2018 we made the decision to cease handmade production, and now work closely with a number of UK based suppliers, continuing the supply of a large range of garden landscaping products. The majority of the products we select for our online shop tend to be more often than not fit for a traditional garden, although many of our paving products are used in contemporary designs.
We use this experience to help our customers, by ensuring products are of a high quality and providing excellent customer service.
Original and authentic design
We have created in our own design studio a range of edging and stepping stones unique to Rogers Gardenstone. During the design process, we have ensured that the replica reproduction is authentic and where possible taken from original stone masters. For example, our range of decorative garden edging includes a full rope top edging with the classic Victorian 9” split to recreate an authentic Victorian appearance, rather than the mass produced 600mm or 900mm products. Although we no longer manufacture ourselves, the tradition of handmade production continues through our amazing suppliers. By working with a number of suppliers we have been able to increase our range of quality products.
To supply quality garden stone products for your garden at a fair price for both our customers and our suppliers. We stock a high proportion of our product ranges available online, so we can pick and pack the actual quantities you require for your garden project, however big or small. We use a national network for delivery and supply throughout the UK.
A family tradition
The family tradition for casting started with the Rogers foundry at Henley on Thames – products as diverse as steam pumps and cast iron manhole covers were produced early in 1873. The fourth generation has continued with the tradition but changed the material. Using only the highest quality of raw materials and casting techniques. The tradition continues through working closely with our UK based concrete manufacturers.