Garden Edging Bluestone Pavers
Apprehensive of using stone to make DIY garden edging? This garden edging Bluestone in our display area was made by a 19 year old with no landscaping or gardening experience at all.
- First a 20cm deep trench was dug & then crusher dust was shovelled in to a depth of around 15cm.
- Placed the Bluestone/Basalt into the crusher dust. A string line was used to make sure each Bluestone pitcher was level.
- After all the Basalt/Bluestone pitchers were laid a slurry or mortar was placed against the back of the pitchers to stop them moving. (in case a car backed into them in our car park).
We chose not to grout in between the Bluestone pitchers to give a more natural look.
Anyone can make stone garden edges/retaining walls out of Bluestone pavers. Our pitchers are all new and have been cut to size, 300x200mm, 150mm thick.