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Porous or Permeable Concrete Pavers

Posted by AZGrayThumb none (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 23, 11 at 1:22

Hi! This is really a hardscape question more than a gardening one but I'm hoping someone can assist. I'm trying to find out where I can buy concrete pavers for an area of my yard. I'm specifically looking for the pavers that have holes in them so they make a honeycomb pattern that you can fill with small gravel (or possibly allow grass to grow in). I've checked Lowes and Home Depot but no luck. Does anyone know if any local landscape companies sell this? Thanks anyone for your help! (I have a bunch of other questions as I'm completely redoing my landscape but I figured I wouldn't throw them at you all at once, lol). Again Thanks, AZGrayThumb

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RE: Porous or Permeable Concrete Pavers

Try Marvel Masonry. Their logo has a sketch of the product you are looking for but clicking around on the website I could not find it listed. Good luck.

Here is a link that might be useful: Marvel Home

RE: Porous or Permeable Concrete Pavers

you could always DIY some ... if you're crafty/handy ;)

Here is a link that might be useful: Hypertufa

RE: Porous or Permeable Concrete Pavers

Lol unfortunately not nearly that handy. thanks for the tip on Marvel but couldn't find the product there either. I never thought it would be so tricky finding these. I'll keep looking though:) thanks.

RE: Porous or Permeable Concrete Pavers

On Marvel, you would think if they have a sketch of it in their logo they ought to carry it!!! Harrrummmpphh.

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