How to Install Stepping Stones 1 of 2 | Shelton CT Landscape Designer




Expert Shelton CT Landscape Designer shows you how to install stepping stones in your landscape and gardens.

This video explains the best spacing for stepping stones, how to level irregular stepping stones and how to install your stepping stones so they don’t move when you walk on them.

John Holden is the founder and landscape designer for Land Designs Unlimited LLC of Newtown, CT. Land Designs Unlimited is a Landscape Design, Landscape Contracting, Garden Services and Horticultural Consultation company offering services in Shelton, CT.

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6 Comments

  1. Urban Landscape - Landscape Design & Construction
    November 15, 2012
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    very informational. thank you

  2. Urban Landscape - Landscape Design & Construction
    November 17, 2012
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    Very helpful!

  3. James Morgareidge
    March 20, 2013
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    I your situation the ground was already prepared. I want to put mine in an area that has grass growing. I know to remove all the grass but don't know how far down to go before I back fill with gravel. I want to use slate style stones and then put red lava rock as the top layer after the stones are down.

  4. Angie Pangie
    April 12, 2013
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    I wish you could come help me with my huge neglected yard!

  5. Joyce Bobbitt
    July 13, 2013
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    Great videos. Very helpful and explained in depth. Can you do a video showing how to use pavers (1 layer) to use for a border of a small area, how deep and how to connect them would be very awesome! Keep up the good work. You make it look so simple.

  6. Joel Hall
    August 4, 2016
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    they're often confused or used interchangeably-

    cement: binding additive used to make mortar and concrete (usually Portland cement).
    mortar: sand and cement mixture with water.
    concrete: sand, cement and aggregate/gravel mixture with water

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