Our natural patio and ledge stone gives you the best of what mother nature has to offer. Come in and see the variety of colors and textures only natural stone has to offer.
Gold Patio Stone
¾” – 1 ¼” thick mica slate rock in pieces up to 18” x 18” mixing white, gold and tan colors. This rock helps to lighten up dark, shady areas when used as a pathway or patio rock.
Chunky one man rocks that are irregularly shaped and sized. This rock is mixed dark brown, white and tan with spots of purple and veins of quartz. Can be used as focal points in the landscape or around water features.
3/4″ – 2″ thick mica slate rock that’s been tumbled to give a softer look with rounded edges. Pieces range in size up to 16″ by 16″. Mixing gold, white and tan, this rock will brighten a dark area when making walkways or patios and can be used as ledge pieces in water features.
1″ – 2″ thick pieces of hard sandstone with swirls of tan and white and spots of dark brown and rust. Pieces range in size up to 12″ by 18″ and will brighten a dark area when making walkways or patios and can be used as ledge pieces in water features.
These boulders are a mix of colors: gray, black, brown, and even red. Irregular shapes and sizes, some can be as big as 3′ by 3′ and over 1000 pounds! Can be used as seating rocks, focal points or even build small retaining walls. These are palletized for easy loading but most are not small enough to move without equipment.
1 – 2 man rounded boulders in rainbow colors-greens, tans, purples and pinks. Great as focal rocks in the landscape or around water features.
Boulders up to 2′ in beautiful green with tan and white lines. Perfect for accent pieces in the landscape or in water features so the green really stands out!
Mica slate patio stone 3/4″ – 1 1/4″ thick with pieces up to 16″ long and wide. Mostly silver with steaks of gold and chocolate, this stone works well in walkways, patios, water features and more.
With swirling earth tones, this rock makes short dry stack or mortared walls or a border for the yard or a flower bed.
Beautiful earth tones make this smaller – than – one man wall rock easier to handle for making small dry stack walls or as a border rock for flower beds or lawns. With flat top and bottom, they stack easy, too !
Silver / Charcoal Patio Stone
¾” – 1 ¼” thick mica slate rock in dark gray with some tan coloring.
Mahogany Patio Stone
2” – 3” thick basalt rock in rich red-brown with touches of purple and gray.
3” – 6” thick cut pieces of rich red-brown with touches of purple and gray. Ledgestone is great for short dry stack walls and landscape edging for flowerbeds or lawns.
Birch Creek Patio Stone
¾” – 1 ¼” thick mica slate rock in tan and silver.
Gray Basalt One Man
Gray and tan/brown Basalt rock. Good for small retaining walls, flowerbed borders, accent rocks, landscape edging, ponds and waterfalls.
Small Patio Pavers
1” – 2” thick earth-toned pavers that range in size up to 12” x 12”. Gray, brown and tan with interesting swirls and patterns, this rock makes a statement. When pieces are split open along a seam you can find reds, greens and purples, too.
2” – 3” thick earth-toned rock that ranges in size up to 18” across. Mostly gray, browns and tans, this rock has lots of swirls and patterns to keep it interesting.
Molalla One Man
This one man sized rock is mostly grays, browns and tans. Because of the nature of the rock it usually has a flat top and bottom which makes it perfect for stacking in short dry stack walls, retaining walls, flower bed borders, landscape edging, accent rocks, and in ponds and waterfalls.
Iron Valley Patio
2” – 3” thick rock in dark gray/black with rust and brown accents.
Iron Valley Ledgestone
3” – 6” thick cut pieces of rock in dark gray/black with rust and brown accents. This rock can be used for short dry stack walls and as landscape edging for flower beds or lawns.