Water Feature Accessories
Add a Large Reservoir Pack to complete the water feature functionality of this natural stone. Slate Chippings in hand 18kg bags are a popular accessory.
|Dimensions||530 × 500 × 150 mm|
Decorative Stone, Garden Border, Rockery, Water Feature
Blue, Fools Gold, Grey
30mm (water flow)
These additional products are required to complete a water feature installation: a reservoir, pump, hose & jubilee clips. All available to buy in the Basket when purchasing a stone pyramid.
Our blog contains extensive guides for how to install stone pyramids and water features, including a detailed step by step and links for the recommended additional third party products.Stone Pyramid Install Guide Water Feature Install Guide
Ethically sourced from a Welsh quarry, this slate boulder was chosen by hand for it’s stunning mixture of common blue-grey tones with splashes of white/cream and fools gold rusty colours. Core drilled at 30mm in the centre, the stone is transformed into a stunning water feature with the addition of our Large Reservoir Pack (available to purchase in the basket).Contact Us
1200mm Slate Pyramid Water Feature
This 1200mm Slate Pyramid Water Feature has decreasing sizes of Welsh Slate pieces stacked to form a pyramid shape. With each piece core drilled, water rises through the centre of the piece before cascading one ledge at a time giving the feel of a natural mountain stream, starting with a small fountain at the top and a waterfall down the sides. Works beautifully in all garden and landscape settings, from traditional to cutting edge contemporary designs.
Window Stone WS16 Standing Stone
Window Stone WS16 is a stunning contemporary garden feature crafted from Welsh Slate. Predominantly plum in colour it features a slight angle at the top. Placed near lush green planting, this design can make a real feature and statement. Welsh Slate looks equally at home in both traditional and contemporary garden designs.
1050mm Slate Pyramid Water Feature
1050mm Slate Pyramid Water Feature core drilled with decreasing sizes and stacked to form a pyramid shape. The water drops down a ledge each time resembling a mountain stream, glistening off the slate as it cascades down the various edges. This garden feature makes a real statement in both contemporary gardens or alongside more traditional landscape styles.