Old Rectory Random Stepping Stone
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Old Rectory random stepping stone is a natural stone product, tumbled giving it a beautifully aged look. Perfect for creating a winding path through the garden. The shape was inspired by the traditional stepping stones used in ancient Japanese gardens, associated with creating a space of calm and tranquility. Now a popular choice among many UK gardeners. The surface of the Old Rectory random stepping stone is riven and the edges irregular. The widths are irregular, with an average length of 450mm.
Available in the traditional York Green colour, which is a subtle blend of light greens, greys and browns.
Random sizes, average length 450mm. Thickness 32mm approx
Place of origin : India. Supplier Global Stone
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As a natural product the shades and colours of the stone paving will vary, but this adds to the charm of this product.
Winding garden path- use the Japanese stepping stones to create a random winding path through a covered rose walkway, or sunk into the garden lawn. Allow the grass to just cover the edges and rotate the stones to create a random appearance.
Dry garden borders- the stepping stones can be set randomly within a gravel border, mixed up with pebbles and cobbles. Use planting that does not require regular watering such as cactus and various grasses.
Japanese garden- use the irregular stepping stones set within decorative aggregates and ornamental planting. Ideal for a crossing through a decorative pond, raise out of the water so that only the surface edges are visible.
|Weight (KG)||10.00 kgs|
|Style||Traditional, Contemporary, Timeless|
|Edge Finish||Antique / Tumbled|