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Opinions on Geofix please

Started by Brett Sheridan. Last reply by Sophia's Gardens Oct 15. 5 Replies

After reading a comment on the comment wall of this group saying Geofix is a "no-no" I'm interested in finding out why this may be?We've sold Geofix for a number of years now (wet & dry) without…Continue

Hard Landscaping at Hampton Court Flower Show 2014

Started by Helen Gazeley. Last reply by Sophia's Gardens Oct 15. 4 Replies

I've been a bit tardy with this but I thought everyone who didn't manage to visit Hampton Court this year might be interested to see what was being used in the various show gardens.…Continue

Tags: hard, landscaping, 2014, Show, Court

Viroturf - Cuts now available + 5% LJN Discount

Started by Matthew Spedding - Pile Height Mar 27. 0 Replies

Morning LJN,Delighted to announce that Viroturf are now offering cut lengths to the closest metre e.g. 4m x 7mAs a Landscape Juice member you can also take advantage of a 5% online discount at…Continue


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Comment Wall

Comment by Mick Gammage on January 30, 2011 at 22:26
nice one Gary

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Comment by Kieran Ray on January 30, 2011 at 22:36
So what manufactures does every body use for thier natural stone?
Comment by Brigitt Stevenson on January 30, 2011 at 23:24
Hardscaping Gary !!!
Comment by Brigitt Stevenson on January 31, 2011 at 14:33

Morning Gary,

First of all I think this is a Wonderful Group Gary, I love working with and using Stone in my Designs !!!

Yes "Hardscaping" is considered exactly that ----Hard goods plus landscaping= hardscaping,

sorry did not mean to offend you, I thought that was a term used all around, I learned that term in College long is reference to it..

Thank you,


Comment by Mark Brierley on February 1, 2011 at 20:24
Great idea Gary. Should be interesting lol

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Comment by Kieran Ray on February 1, 2011 at 22:42
Hi Gary would be more than happy to do a review on Global's sandstone.

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Comment by Kieran Ray on July 16, 2011 at 23:38

Hi all. Does anyone know of a black jointing compound I can use in 2-3mm joints in kadappa stone? I started a disscusion on the main forum if you could reply please!



Comment by duncan ross on December 8, 2011 at 15:25

Re: natural stone suppliers. In the past I have used "Natural Paving" for sand/limestone slabs, & they were ok. I the used Rockford stone who import direct & have superb stocks at good prices. The only downside being that you had to over order as it is full pack quantities delivered via courier, but £12.25/m2 plus approx £2.50/m2 for delivery for top class stone I found competitive. I have since been buying more local direct from a company I know in Nottingham which works very well. Calibrated stone eg. raj green works out at approx. £20/m2 depending on quantity. Another tip is Stonemarket "market stone", which is sold as a "lower grade" product than their main paving lines is very good value & is of equal quality. To me it is a marketing tool they use to justify higher priced lines. My local merchant sells full packs @ £15.25/m2 delivered.

Comment by Anna McArthur on January 26, 2012 at 16:13

I usually use my local company -  as they have a good range of products, I can go and look at them - and most  importantly they have signed up to the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) for their Indian sandstone - I wouldn't touch with a bargepole any stone from India  which doesn't have this.  The horrendous conditions (including child labour, bonded labour - basically slavery - and no safety equipment) in other quarries means that I couldn't buy from them with a clear concience.  I know that Marshalls, Natural Paving Products and Pavestone are also signed up to the EthicalTrading Initiative (ETI).

Comment by Chris Carpenter on January 27, 2012 at 18:00

Hi All.

New to the Hardlandscaping Forum! We install mainly natural indian sandstone patios for clients and some even request a two tone effect or various colours as picture below. Does anyone know much about using the Quickpoint Mortar Gun for better speed and accuracy?


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