Flagstone is a true product of nature. Each of these striking stones are just as unique as snowflakes. You’ll never find two flagstones that are exactly the same. They can be found in countless different shapes, sizes and colors depending on where you are looking. Such beautiful diversity can make flagstone a perfect choice for your next hardscape project. Contrary to what you may think, however, flagstone isn’t just used for a paver patio. In fact, there are many creative ways to integrate this natural stone into your backyard space.
How Flagstone is Prepared and Used for Your Yard
When used for landscaping, flagstone is broken up into layers. It typically comes in two different shapes. Cut paver stones have straight edges and clean lines while irregular stones are more rounded and fit together in a more random (natural-looking) pattern. The appearance, thickness, texture and permeability of flagstone depends on its type. Some of the most popular choices of flagstone pavers include sandstone, quartzite, bluestone and limestone. Regardless of the variety you choose, you can trust this natural stone to be a durable and eye-catching addition to your landscape.
What if you don’t need or want a flagstone paver patio? That’s okay. There are many other ways to incorporate flagstone into your landscape. At Pannone’s Landscaping and Lawn Pros, we can install flagstone for the following:
- Stepping Stones
- Edging for a garden
- Border for a water feature
- Fire Pit area
Want to learn more about using flagstone pavers for your property? Call our Cumming landscaping experts today.