Sandstone pitching rock is a garden and landscaping material which is one of our favourites.
There are so many reasons to consider using it in your garden.
For starters, it is a natural product. It just works in pretty much any design or style you can imagine. It comes in such a variety of gorgeous earthy tones and contrasts beautifully with foliage, timber and other pebbles, stones pavers or tiles.
Sandstone pitching rock is absolutely perfect for wall building because of it's squared off dimensions and flatter surfaces.
And if you buy the smaller size rocks (150 - 250), you will basically be able to handle it on your own.
The larger sized stones are much squarer again, with flatter faces. They also make wonderful walls, and are often used as seating around a backyard fire pit or BBQ.
Sandstone can also be used as a feature inside the house. It has a particular warmth and texture which provides a wonderful contrast to brick, timber, glass and fabrics.
Sandstone is a timeless material which actually looks better with age. It is created over millennia, and will remain standing long after we are all gone.
Until the 31st of March, we are featuring Sandstone Pitching Rock for just $140 per cubic metre.
You can order it here.
Sandstone is one of our absolute favourite products. It is incredibly versatile and you can be sure that it will stand the test of time no worries! And right now we have beautiful sandstone blocks and slabs on special.
Our August newsletter is out now and we have a great special, as well as tips to fix your driveway, a planting guide for the month, and awesome corn fritter recipe (for those brunch lovers amongst you), and an intro to one of our favourite Trade partners, the multi award winning SJ Landscapes Pty Ltd.
There are few natural landscaping products that can match the timeless appeal and beauty of sandstone. It is a product that automatically adds style and value to your landscaping project or home. At the moment, we are running a special on our 50mm sandstone slabs. You can grab them for $130m2, normally $150m2.