What do you do with a pile of rocks? in 5 day's


BAHR'S LANDSCAPING and STONWORKS
Turning stone into art
Bethel, Vermont
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living
what do you do with a pile of rocks in 5 day s, landscape, outdoor living

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  • Beth
    on Jan 22, 2017

    This is just the kind of wall I'm thinking about using on our property. Did you need to put something behind the wall to hold the earth in place. I already have brand new ugly wooden tiers and was wondering if I could build the stone wall in front of the wood tiers?

  • Two7361002
    on Jan 22, 2017

    Hi, Great Wall! A big job well done, beautiful as it compliments the house and surroundings. But, do you know that both here ( in New Zealand ) but mainly in England walls like this are built in paddocks/ meadows at the bottom of small hills as fences? To keep the animals in behind the wall. Known as. Hah Hah. 🤗

    • M. M..
      on Jan 22, 2017

      Yes,I've heard of a ha ha, or ha-ha, in different spellings. It's also used as a small mound to block the view of something that might detract from a view,such as an ugly utility box or swampy area. The mound, esp if it is the same grass/ground cover then allows the view to appear to be unbroken from the distance.

  • Wendy Kirby
    on Aug 21, 2017

    How much did this job cost?
  • Din28915576
    on Aug 21, 2017

    How did you support it at the base?
  • Stacie Bennett
    on Sep 29, 2017

    stone is vert expensive? no?

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  • Lynn
    on Nov 2, 2017

    Absolutely Transformed the looks!
    Great Job.
  • Rebecca Creel Merriman
    on May 7, 2018

    In the UK ,coupled with a ditch on the bottom side, this is called a haha. It was used to keep livestock in a particular area. Today this method is used in landscaping and I believe, is very beautiful.

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