Accenting Your Landscape with Decorative Rocks

By |2013-08-19T08:00:02-07:00August 19th, 2013|Blog|

  Just kidding.  Of course Chuck Norris doesn't use boulders. Boulders use Chuck Norris. If you're looking for something a little more pleasing to the eye to help spice up your landscape, try a variety of decorative rocks.  They're perfect for lining your sidewalk and driveway, adding to your flowerbed, and throwing at the pesky neighbor

Unique Ways to Incorporate Pavers into Your Backyard

By |2013-03-22T08:00:47-07:00March 22nd, 2013|Blog|

Paver rocks are an easy way to add color and texture to your landscaping. They’re available in many shapes and sizes. Pavers can be made of concrete, slate, granite, or other materials that will suit anyone’s landscaping visions. Look at these unique uses of pavers for inspiration and ideas for your own backyard: Parsons Rocks!

3 Clever Ways You Can Incorporate Rocks into Your Landscape

By |2013-01-17T22:31:11-08:00January 17th, 2013|Blog|

Like the idea of adding decorative rock accents to your landscaping, but don't know how to incorporate it into your home's current look? Well, rocks are not just for desert themed homes, and there are plenty of ways to use rocks in unique and creative designs that will make all the neighbors jealous. Add Accents to

Famous Rock Attraction: Ale’s Stones

By |2012-10-19T09:00:50-07:00October 19th, 2012|Blog|

Ale's Stones, otherwise known as "Ales Stenar is located in Scania, which is in the southern part of Sweden. This megalithic monument consists of one stone ship that is 67 meters long and is surrounded by 59 large boulders of sandstone. Each boulder weighs up to 1.8 tonnes. Legend has it that King Ale, a

Famous Rock Attraction: Waitomo Glowworm Caves

By |2012-10-12T09:00:38-07:00October 12th, 2012|Blog|

Waitomo is a word that is dervived from the Maori words "wai" which means water and "tomo" which means hole.  The Waitomo Glowworm Caves attraction are located on the North Island of New Zealand. The caves are well known for their enormous population of glowworms, which are exclusive to New Zealand. The glowworms are the size of

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