Looking at the old wood column (in the flower bed) one would wonder if this project is 200 years old. Read farther to solve the mystery.

Tumbling softens the edges and gives a more warm, aged appearance to a project. This display was at the Canada Blooms (flower show).

The stone was supplied by Colonial Brick and Stone Inc. from Brunner ON and the install was done by the Drywall Association. The free standing arch got some attention.

With the stone being tumbled, one would think this retaining wall was built 200 years ago, rather than a week before the show. The Drywall Association worked very hard to lay these beautiful drystack walls.

Real stone, flowers, trees and shrubs are so amazing together. Even low stone walls as garden edgings are beautiful.

Would you enjoy this in your back yard?

Categories: Landscape