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Imagine your walkway, a welcoming patio or even a pool deck in beautiful flagstone. Think of an upgrade for your existing home – or your new custom home – that would continue to please with natural beauty even as time goes on. Ground Cover Supply natural flagstone is quite possibly nature’s perfect building material. You have an amazing variety of color and texture to choose from, minimum upkeep and astounding beauty that never goes out of style or fades, year after year.

Flagstone is easy to work with due to the flat, thin nature that comes from the splitting layers of sedimentary stone. The large, flat stones are used in a variety of landscaping projects ranging from patios, paths, walkways, seating areas and walls. Flagstone pavers are available in several different colors, shapes and thicknesses. Being a natural stone, the colors are characteristic of their original region. The color palette for flagstone varies from red, pink, orange, brown, blue, gold and even white. The stone ranges in thickness, although it is recommended for the stone to be at least an inch thick in areas that will endure heavy traffic or weight.

Why Choose Flagstone for Your Project:

  • Flexibility -- Due to each stone's unique shapes and colors; flagstone gives you a lot of opportunities with its design and can bring an immense amount of character to your space.

  • Options -- Flagstone can be laid as a solid surface by being integrated with concrete or the stones can be laid individually allowing mulch or plantings to grow between.

  • Texture -- The stone makes it a perfect walking surface for paths and seating areas by providing a natural non-slip surface.

  • Color -- It can be laid as one consecutive color or can be laid with a palette of complementary colors that will provide a mix of the earth’s natural hues throughout your landscape.

Please note that due to the inherent nature of stone and your browser, actual colors may vary slightly from any stone shown on our website . We recommend visiting our stone yard to see actual rock and their colors.

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