Accent boulders can take a bland landscape and take it to a new level of natural beauty. many types of boulders in various colors, textures, shapes and sizes fit for a variety of uses, from waterfall elements to stone garden benches.
Tennessee Fieldstone Steppers combine relatively large size with very natural looking color variation. These are ideal for rustic settings - like stairs on a nature trail or an organic looking staircase.
A stone guillotine snaps the stone into steps with modestly irregular edges. The look is natural, but there are more predictable edges to the step. The edge lines are straighter than natural edge steps, which can make the steps easier to use for all ages.
are made to provide a stone-like edge to separate gardens, flower beds, trees, and shrubs from your lawn. The cobble edger allows you to make straight or curved edges. They also are great to border walkways, and are commonly used as curbing along driveways or sidewalks to help channel water to a drainage outlet. Tennessee Crab Orchard Cobbled Edgers also are great to border walkways and are commonly used as curbing along driveways or sidewalks to help channel water to a drainage outlet.
are a good choice for walkways because of their non-slip textured surface. Flagstones are a good size for walkways providing easy stepping stones, and when dry, laid flagstones create a permeable walking surface that absorbs water.
are flat disks of chipped slate that are about 5"-1" across. They have a beautiful dark blue and gray color that will enhance virtually any landscape and are easy to walk on. They lie down flat and pack in well, so they also make a great walkway material. Slate Chips vary in sizes from 1 inch to 3 inches in diameter. Different sizes of slate chips can be used for an array of applications from relaxed walkways and patios, to ground cover and erosion control. The durability in slate chips make for a permanent statement to your landscape.
is a water-worn stone with a smooth texture, soft shape and interesting color patterns. Cane Riverstone is great for making functional drainage swales beautiful, and is sometimes used as ground cover in beds or veneer for walls and fireplaces.
Pea gravel is a great option for garden walkways, rustic patios and decorative, permeable fill-in joints for flagstone. Pea gravel comes in sizes from 1/8 inch to 3/8 inch, about the size of a pea, and in a range of natural colors like buff, rust brown, shades of gray, white, and translucent. Pea Gravel has a smooth, appealing texture as a result of weathering. Pea Gravel prevents weeds, improves drainage, presents erosion, and serves as a rodent barrier if used around the house.