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Discussion in 'Water Features' started by PL&L, Apr 9, 2012.
Not fabricated at all just the right stone in the right place
Must have come directly from the quarry. Hand-picked. Perfectly matched. Down here, lucky to find 2 large boulders that are the same type of rock.
Is that weathered limestone or sandstone if its sandstone it won't last long with water running over it? Looks like limestone but just checking. Nice work I use the weathered up here limestone.
Turner Sandstone last a LONG time if you get the dense stuff. Missiouri stone is soft, but Arkanas is some pretty tuff rock.
No we are lucky to have nice stone like that in the good ol midwest.
Neat design. I like that.
Never had Arkansas its always Missouri or Michigan however sandstone is sandstone and will break down especially w water running over it. Save yourself the headaches and use weathered limestone. It will give the same look. I use the sandstone as a edge stone on ponds and waterfalls because of the ease at which natural moss can be grown on it. Everyone has there own opinions though lol.
Of all the existing rock, Sandstone is the quickest to erode, some varieties faster than others. It does make for great moss rock because of its porosity. Down here, we have to settle for lichen. Better than nothing, I guess.
You guy's will just have try the Arkansas stone. After 8 years it is still doing great in my first pond with really no signs of eroding. Unfortuantely our MO sandstone is junk like I said.
I just redid part of a pond that is 10 years old and was built with a lot of limestone that was turning to mush.
All the stone is just a regional thing! Our weathered limestone is junk and Wisconsin has some VERY dense limestone. I wish I had a yard and the money to buy and store a lot of stone from around the country do to some being cheaper and better than our native stone.
We have Tufa in our area which comes from naturally occuring soda springs both warm and cold -- it does not erode and Alpine plants love it. I built a waterfall over 20 years ago with it and it's still good -- but it's porous enough to leak so a liner has to be behind it wherever it's used.