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This is an example of a traditional backyard stone landscaping in New York.


Bluestone pathway leading to main level of conservatory. Dwarf English Boxwood borders annual flower plantings in foreground. Sea Foam Rose and Upright English Boxwood hedge at conservatory.

This is an example of a traditional backyard stone landscaping in New York. —  Houzz

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Jeff Masters wrote:April 14, 2012
what kind and color variety is this stone? Thank you

  • John Braud
    What are the sizes of the stones?
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    Universal slate co ., ltd
    This paving stone looks like our yellow mixed color slate pattern.
anneswensen wrote:September 7, 2015
Does the slate pattern have a name?

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    Cross River Design, Inc.

    We typically refer to it as 'Pattern Stone" Largest pieces are 2' x 3'; smallest 1' x 1'. They vary in 6" increments. Standard sizes.

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    Cross River Design, Inc.

    Also. The stone is Full color range Bluestone. Good luck!

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