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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by aference1, Jan 25, 2010.
What kind of stone is this?
And what is it called?
Based on your location, and what I see, probably limestone. Take a piece to your local supplier, or quarry. Wallstone?
Looks like a kidney stone
Looks like Lime stone to me.
Indiana is Limestone capitol of the world!
Looks like what we call Alverson Limestone.
Looks like what the quarries call grey gorge- limestone. Crappy stuff disintegrates in about 8-10yrs.
Stone name is Fond Du Lac. natural layered, a very dense limestone.
Maybe it's Eden?
I think the technical term is biggus stonus
Good eye, koo! Most people confuse it with rockus maximus.