Fieldstone – Regular fieldstone is a very popular palletized stone used to build walls and is also ideal for rock gardens accents and pond edging. This stone is acquired by dismantling existing stone farm walls from the mountains of Pennsylvania.
Colonial – Colonial stone is a wall stone that tends to be easier to work with because of its flatter nature. This stone tends to look “old” from the start of a project with signs of moss and other weathering. Often, the edges of the stones will be snapped in the appearance yielding a more crisp edge. The finished outcome is as wall with a more linear look.
Tumblestone – Tumblestone is a product which has multiple uses. Tumblestone is bluestone which has been tumbled to remove sharp edges and corners. These stones are generally random squares and rectangles with some odd shapes that can be stacked for an interesting wall. It can also be used for garden edging or curbing, which will provide good soil or mulch retention with a weathered appearance. Tumblestone can also be installed as a walkway or terrace area to give the effect of a casual English Cottage path or sitting area. Other benefits of this stone are the cost effectiveness and the ease of the installation process.
Boulders – Similar and complementary to the fieldstone, our boulders are hand picked for various decorative qualities, which are often found with moss, lichen, and other natural characteristics. Locating these stones throughout a property, in the garden, or around the pond, boulders tie any landscaping together or featured as a single stone or in groups which can look dramatic. These stones are bigger than palletized fieldstone and are available in various shapes and sizes.