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Looking for a Specific Stepping Stone

Posted by adina72 z5 CNY (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 29, 06 at 13:21

Last year I saw some stepping stones made from cement that looked like slices of tree stumps. I have some that I tore out from the previous owner and need a few more so I can reuse them in another spot. I cannot for the life of me remember where I saw them last year. If anyone knows where I can get some, I'd appreciate it. I am just north of Syracuse, but drive all over, so anywhere within a 50 mile radius is doable for me. Thanks!

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RE: Looking for a Specific Stepping Stone

You should "let your fingers to the walking" through the yellow pages. I saw them at either (or both) Bristol's or Wayside outside of Rochester last year. Any big garden store that delivers mulch and garden stone might have them. Those cement tree slices have been around since at least the late 70's. In your area, Chuck Hafner's perhaps?

RE: Looking for a Specific Stepping Stone

I know GardenFactory has them.

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It's a bit of a drive for you, since it's on the west side of Rochester, but if you waiting until the plants are out, it'd probably be worth it. It's gotta be the largest nursery in WNY!


RE: Looking for a Specific Stepping Stone

Thanks for the help. I was able to track some down at the Hardware store in B'ville in case anyone else was looking for any.

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