Line A Path With Natural Slate Stepping Stones, Etched With Nature-Inspired Designs
Create a primeval pathway with these fossil-inspired Flyers & Ferns Slate Stepping Stones. Pure natural etched slate garden stones feature some of nature's charming creatures or graceful botanical designs. Use as decorative garden accents or create a pathway with multiple stones. Natural etched slate stepping stones Unique nature-inspired designs include butterfly, dragonfly and fern leaves Use as a decorative garden accent or create a pathway with multiple stones Solid slate with natural etchings fit into any garden décor Available StylesButterflyDragonfly Fern Size Approx. 12" dia.
Buy 3 or more at $10.95 each
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These look really nice in the garden but will not hold up as stepping stones if used often. My first one broke as soon as I put it on the ground. Just make sure that ground is perfectly flat wherever you place the stepping stone.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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So far, so good!
from Milwaukee, WI.
Have not installed the stepping stones yet but they arrived on time in 3 different boxes and none of them were broken or damaged. Looking forward to installing them and seeing how well they hold up!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I have at least a dozen and buying more
from Virginia and West Virginia
Able arrange stepping stones easily in any pattern.Used at several deck entry points into our mountain home.Bought more for our suburban house in Virginia.Look fantastic at entry ways or near garden areas.One needs to place the stepping stones into ground about 1/2 inch in order to place them securely in ground to step on. Hence, one must dig a little into earth a little to place the stepping stones appropriately in place.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Dragonfly image - beautiful but faint
from Olympia, WA
The etching on the stone is so faint that I suspect once it is used as a stepping stone or becomes wet/dirty from outside use, you won't be able to see the design. The image in the catalogue shows a much more distinct etching pattern.