Get Stone Borders Installed
When you’re feeling stressed and wanting a soothing space in which to unwind, a well-designed patio or deck area can be the perfect spot to end your day.
Outdoor spaces aren’t just about a manicured lawn and some attractive vegetation to gaze at from your deck swing. Landscaping design plays a major role in a backyard’s overall appeal, including the stonework our experts install with precision craftsmanship.
Nature has unique and effective way of providing tranquility, and we use a trained eye to ensure our installations complement your yard’s natural aesthetic. Stone borders add a subtle, functional accent to gardens and hedges, as well as more ornamental hardscapes such as rock gardens.
We’ve outlined a few great designs for you to consider, if you’re ready to enhance your outdoor living space with elegant stone work.
Type of Edging Stones for Borders
There are different types of stone to choose from, and each with unique characteristics. We can generally install any type of stone you prefer, but what we usually recommend is listed below:
- Austin Chopped Stone
- Oklahoma Chopped Stone
- Leauders Chopped Stone
- Boulder Moss Stones
Shape and Texture
Natural stones are known for their rounded shape, resulting from long exposure to water in the streams, rivers, lakes, or ocean. Manufactured stones are also available, providing a shape intended to imitate the appearance of natural stones through a tumbling process.
You’ll have no trouble choosing the best stones for your flower bed landscaping, with our wide variety of man-made stone that provides organic and attractive look. These options offer a uniform size and shape, with various color options.
When choosing a stone border design, there is plenty of room for creativity. Perhaps a rock garden theme, using large and rustic boulders as the centerpiece? Or maybe you’d like to complement your flowerbed with a border made from multicolor stones? Share your vision with us, and we’ll help you bring it to life.
Different Rock Features
Landscape stones come in a variety of colors and sizes, making it easy to find the right material for your project. For a stone border, you can use a flat installation of pebbles, or a raised wall of medium or large rocks. If you prefer a loose installation rather than cemented, gabion cages may be the design choice you prefer.
For help with installing stone borders around your flower beds, contact JC’s Landscaping for a free estimate.