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12" dia. x 1/2"H Botanical Slate Stepping Stone

12" dia. x 1/2"H Botanical Slate Stepping Stone

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Pure natural etched slate garden stepping stones feature some of nature's charming creatures or graceful botanical designs. Use as decorative garden accents or create a pathway. Approx. 12" dia.

• Natural slate stepping stone
• Great garden accent or pathway stone

Available Styles

12" dia.

Buy 3 or more at $10.95 each
3.7 (based on 11 customer reviews)

By Gardener 54
A great addition to my garden!
Comments about Product:
I have been very pleased with these stones. This is their second season in my garden even through the winter in Illinois and they haven't cracked or chipped. They are perfect as small paths through my planting beds.

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By Babs the gardener
Somewhat disappointed
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Like them, but much too thin to step on. I would recommend to a friend with the note that they are decorative and you must be careful with them because they are delicate.

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By Andrew - amateur gardener
FromRiverside, CA
Quality is so-so
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Purchased to go on gravel walkway but the stones are too brittle to use for that application. The quality varies; some of them look like the photo, while in others the etching is so light it is nearly invisible.

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By Razorback Mama
FromRazorback Country
Labels not correct
Comments about Product:
Purchased one of each design. One stone was shattered on arrival. It was replaced. BUT it was labeled wrong, so I have two of one and one of another. I wanted all three - sounds stupid I know. I plan to display these on the house by the front door. I think they will be terribly cute.

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By Tea
FromBoyds, MD
Slate was chipped
Comments about Product:
I bought 3 and 2 were fine - the third had the design chipped off.

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By Linda
FromBluffton, sc
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Nothing good about it.

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By Terri
FromTemple, TX
I would buy this product again
Comments about Product:
Very nice--decorative and useful.

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By Chris
FromCharlotte, NC
The stones are beautiful
Comments about Product:
The stones call attention to the garden and are inviting

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By WAshopper
FromGreenacres, WA
very nice
Comments about Product:
Just what you'd expect from slate and a nice weight. I chose the floral and worked great for path next to garden gate.

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By smitharroyo
FromSan Marcos, Texas
Great patio art
Comments about Product:
Needed some artwork for a stone patio wall. I put them in iron hangers and they look great! Get lots of compliments. If used for stepping stones, I would think they would be too small and too thin. Great for purpose for which I purchased them.

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By Love2ShopOnline
FromReseda, CA
Sturdy and Pretty
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Purchased all three designs. They do go very well together. Withstand the weather pretty well thus far.

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