Create an inviting path through your lawn or garden with these rugged, 100% recycled rubber stepping stones. So easy to install, they stay in place and will never crack, chip, or suffer from frost damage. Cheerful copper-colored daisy on black background.
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from SE Iowa
Comments about : Daisy Stepping Stone:
I've received many compliments on my rubber stepping stones. They are comfortable, have survived well in a midwest winters and hot summers. I have them in my river rock beds in front of my house and it makes walking through the landscape so much easier.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Heavy durable rubber - could use some deeper tread underside
Looks great on the garden path and have weathered nicely. When will they be back in stock?
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I would buy again
from Florence Ms
Love them. I have these in an area that has to be mowed but it's so easy to just pick them up.
daisy stepping stone
By garden lady
from peekskill, ny
Love them, very durable, I want to try the other designs they carry.
Stepping Stones Look Great!
By Mike the Tieman
from Waukesha, WI
I bought these for my mom's English garden. They fit right in and she loves them! Easy to hose off (if necessary).
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Nice decorative addtion to our pool area
from Eastpointe, MI
We have one of those 3x12 pool with the inflatable ring on top. We purchased play area mats to use under the pool to protect the bottom of the pool. To dress up the area I purchased the Daisy Stepping Stones and placed them around the border of the play area mats. I had to purchase 60 of these to compete the project but it makes the area look nice. The daisy is not imprinted but embossed so there are gaps where water may collect. Possibility of attracting mosquitoes. Haven't had any problems yet.
I love the way it looks. It is better than slate
By Ruth DAIN
from Newton Mass
Instant path put down in seconds. Nice to walk on.
from Allen park, MI
Use this as stepping stones in vegetable garden
Pretty stepping tiles
from Vernon, CT
I got these for my garden at camp. So far so good. We'll see how they do with NewHamphires weather. They really add a little artistic flair to the garden.
Beautiful and practical. I bought 5 and plan to buy more.
from Bend, Oregon
I use them in my garden pathways and to better separate large garden beds.
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