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Boulders Monoliths and Water Features

Create beautiful, interesting features within your own garden with our selection of glacial boulders, water features and monoliths, sourced from location throughout Mid and North Wales and available to view at your local Natural Stone and Timber branch. If you are interested in discovering more about our range of boulders & monoliths and their availability near you, please take a browse below or contact your local depot to find out more.

Frequently Asked Questions

where are you located

We have branches across the south coast of England, including Poole in Dorset, Winchester, Tadley, Romsey and Portsmouth in Hampshire. Internal showrooms are available to view in Poole and Portsmouth and External Display are available at Portsmouth, Poole, Winchester and Tadley. 

Please visit our contact page for further information on the following link:    /our-depots

What is a glacial boulder?

Glacial boulders are stones and rocks that were exposed by a glacier and then made smooth by its movement, these were then left behind in large deposits after the glacier melted. Glacial boulders can be made up of many different materials from sandstone to granite with a wide range of shapes and colours, making them a perfect material for building walls, ponds, water features and countless other landscaping applications.

How much do garden boulders cost?

The cost of garden boulders really does depend on what type of boulder you are looking for, small boulders can be as little as a few pounds each, but extremely large boulders can be many hundreds of pounds. There can also be some considerable haulage costs incurred when having to move these large boulders into your garden.

How to clean garden boulders?

Cleaning Garden boulders paving is simple, use soapy water and a stiff brush or, for tougher stains as well as moss and algae, we recommend using New Clean 60 available from our website. Leave on for around 60 minutes and wash off with a stiff brush or power washer to ensure you have removed all of the cleaner. For further reading please follow the link to our tech guide

Outdoor Maintenance Guide.

Due to the number and sizes of each boulder it may be easier to use a pressure washer to help speed up the process of cleaning boulders. If using chemical cleaners be careful to avoid getting chemicals into water courses and ponds.

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