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Create a natural stone garden path with a set of River Rock Stepping Stones leading the way. Naturally smooth, multicolored stones are set on a PVC backing that can be laid over grass, sand, mud, even wet areas. Use indoors, too.
Size 14" dia. x -1/2"H
Buy 2 or more at $24.95 each
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Comments about Product: Very cheap. Rocks glued to white netting. Doubt the rocks will survive a winter without detaching from net. Could have bought River rocks at Dollar Store and glued to netting and spent $10 to create 3 of these. Too much hassle to return so I am going to keep and watch them fall apart this winter.
Comments about Product: The photos show a BLACK mesh. This would be fine. What we got was a WHITE mesh. The product fills a need but looks cheap. It's up to the catalog to ensure a black or brown mesh not white which looks like....well looks like I was censured on what it looks like.
Comments about Product: These look much better in the picture than they actually are. They are simply mesh with some pond stones glued on. The stones are not that close together, so there is a lot of mesh showing through when they on the ground. In order to fix it, I bought a bag of gravel rock to fill in the mesh visible areas. Only time will tell if the solution will work.
Comments about Product: This is the third set of RiverRock Stepping Stones I have purchased. They last for ever, and look great I any garden. Very safe to walk on. Easy to lay down. Never have to store them. I keep mine in the garden all winter . Look brand new after years of using them.
Comments about Product: Although these stepping stones are very attractive and work well with my aggregate patio, they are only hot-glued to a netting material, so only time will tell how long they last.
Comments about Product: These stepping stones are fitting into my Japanese style garden very well. I wanted some stepping stones that added to my theme and these did it beautifully. They were very easy to lay into place and even my cat will walk on them rather than step in the Dirt!!!
Comments about Product: I'm making a Walkway from my side door to the street (approx. 32 ft). I've already purchased five sets, and I'm about half way finished. I need another five or six sets in order to complete my project.
The stones are very pretty; only one has come off so far. My only complaint is the price. If the sets were less expensive, my Walkway would most likely be finished by now.
I'm not bothered by the mesh, because my grass covers it, nicely, so only the stones can be seen.
I would definitely recommend the Stepping Stones, but ONLY for smaller areas, because of they're on the pricey side.
Since I've already started, I have to finish the job; I have no other uses for Stepping Stones, except for a Walkway/Pathway, so I have no choice but to order more sets as needed.
Comments about Product: I used these stepping stones in my gardens and they make a beautiful pathway through the flowers. They look natural--as if they were meant to be there! I liked them so much that I ordered a second set to continue enhancing my gardens. Absolutely beautiful!
Comments about Product: These stepping stones are just terrible and I feel so ripped off. Alot of the stones were unglued from the flimsy backing before I even got them out of the box. I could have made these myself for free and instead I paid [$] for 2 boxes of stones. What a waste of money.
Comments about Product: What a disappointment! These stepping stones are the cheapest looking things! I would not recommend buying them! They do not look at all like the picture on the website. The backing is so cheap. They look like they were made by a child!
Comments about Product: I bought a set of three of these two years ago and, when I picked them up to put them away for the winter, several stones fell off of each of them. When I complained to Plow & Hearth, I was told by the customer service rep that the company had not received a similar complaint. They very generously sent me a second set of three free-of-charge. However, when I picked them up last year to put them away, stones fell off of each of them again. This is a bad and disappointing product unless you can place them permanently.
Comments about Product: I started a flower garden in a large area in front of our home. We have a granite birdbath, but the garden is so large, it needed another non-flower accessory. I ordered 6 of these stepping stones last year and placed them in a semi-circle. They look very natural! They hold their color and stand up to the elements.
Comments about Product: I put the three river rocks next to my little storage shed that I did landscaping on. They added the final touch. What is great about them is I can pick them up and store them inside for the cold winter snowy months we get in Wisconisn.
Comments about Product: The stones are lovely and I've used them as a path through my garden. I am concerned that with time the stones may detach from the net base, so I don't use it as a main walking path, but they are a lovely addition in the garden and so far they are holding up fine.
Comments about Product: the picture in cataloge made me think they were more like a "paving stone." They are "flexible and light weight" but quite flimsy as well. Pretty from a distance, but not much to "walk" on.
Comments about Product: Stepping stones are across a mulch bed to enable easy access to the other side. They have been in place only a couple of weeks and already one of the stones is off. Will need to get some super glue.
I would have thought for the price they would have been better secured!
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