Basalt Outdoor Pavers in Garden Show

Basalt Outdoor Pavers Round Shape – Garden Show

Basalt outdoor pavers round shape features in one of the achievable garden project in this year’s Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show. Bulleen Art & Garden is one of our wholesalers and supply this project.

Basalt also call Bluestone in Victoria, Australia, Edwards Slate & Stone was the first Australian company to import Bluestone for the domestic market, our experience counts.

Achievable gardens

This is a contemporary Australian garden, designed to allow you to escape from the stress of your everyday life.

It is a harmonious space where you can step into another world inhabited by the local wildlife, feeling a sense of calm and connectedness.

Garden sizes are getting smaller, but this shouldn’t impact upon the feel of your garden or the safe haven that can be created for the local wildlife, who need this as a way to combat their fast diminishing natural habitat.

Focusing on a multi-layering of Australian native plants and some exotic plants, this is a contemporary spin designed to attract local birdlife, butterflies and other wildlife.

This space is all about creating a garden that allows you to connect to nature whilst enjoying the benefits this has on your health and wellbeing.

Designed by Micaela Hibbert, Hoimesglen Institute.

Bluestone Capping Pavers

Bluestone Capping Pavers – Outdoor Stone Tiles

The client chose 600x300mm Bluestone as 30mm capping pavers to give a more substantial feel to the garden edging.

Bluestone Pool Landscaping Design

Bluestone Pool Landscaping Design

This landscaping design of Bluestone pool pavers focuses on strong geometric lines.

Bluestone pavers are the perfect paving choice due to its quality consistency and blue grey colour.

Bluestone Paving Path

Bluestone Paving Path – Pool Entrance Design

What a great entrance path to this pool.

This geometric effect design of the Bluestone paving path adds a dramatic flair.

Bluestone Paving Stones

Bluestone Paving Stones – Laying Process

This photo demonstrates the process of placing the Bluestone paving stones on a bed of concrete before bring in top soil to finish the garden path.