Four Seasons Monolith Water Feature

(1 customer review)


This unique garden water feature has been crafted from real Welsh Slate, with the Alchemist symbols for Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter hand carved down the front face. The standing stone has also been core drilled to allow water flow and has a flat sawn base for stability. The package includes a water reservoir, pump, hose and clips.

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Dimensions300 × 300 × 1380 mm

Welsh Slate


Decorative Stone, Standing Stone, Water Feature


Blue, Grey, Plum


30mm (water flow)


Alchemist symbols for Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter hand carved into one face.


Water reservoir, pump, hose and clips for completing the water feature function.


Free to most standard UK postcodes. Please contact for remote areas and international shipping quotes.

We wanted to create a large slate monolith water feature with a real difference, something to truly stand out as a focal point in a garden design. Our team initially developed the idea for working with seasonal elements, given that all our garden activities are hugely directed by the four contrasting British seasons, this was further honed into using the Alchemists symbols for the four seasons.

Stone Monoliths are wonderful focal points in landscape designs, as they add beautiful natural stone textures and when combined with the Large Reservoir Pack it’s possible to bring the vibes of Welsh waterfalls to your garden. Natural stone and water help bring tranquility to an outdoor space, ideal for balancing harmony and increasing the potential for mindfulness in a garden design. The monolith is able to function as a self contained water feature with the Large Reservoir Pack and only needs a mains electric feed.

1 review for Four Seasons Monolith Water Feature

    Rhodri & Hilary
    28th March 2022
    This beautiful monolith has transformed a corner of our garden into a very special space. We love the combination of rugged slate and subtle carving and, of course, the sound of the flowing water. It is a work of art, and draws the attention. It gets lots of compliments from visitors.
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