Stoneblue bluestone irregular stepping stones are basaltic stone with a blue-grey colour. Distinctive cat’s paws markings are common in basaltic bluestone, the result of pores and fissures that developed in molten lava as gas escaped during the cooling process millions of years ago. Designers often feature these natural markings when laying the stones for their unique appearance.
Stepping stones create interest, texture and colour in your garden. Use them to make informal paths that wend their way through your property, cross wet areas, connect areas of interest and create a visual tie between architecture and the landscape. Stepping stone paths break up expanses of turf and accentuate attractive areas of your garden. They also work well as borders.
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