Stone Monolith SM63 is a superb small Portland Stone boulder with natural rustic edges and faces and a light vibrant colour palette of Cotswolds style creams and yellows, perfect in a border of a traditional cottage garden. Portland Stone also suits contemporary designs, and contrasts beautifully when matched with Welsh slate chippings and careful planting choices.

Small Reservoir Pack and LED Lighting available in the Basket.

£449.00

1 in stock

Dimensions620 × 460 × 200 mm
Colour

Cream, White

Diameter

35mm (water flow)

Material

Portland Stone

Our blog contains an extensive guide for how to install a water feature.

Includes a detailed step by step and the recommended accessory products.

Installation Guide

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Delivery is usually within 5 working days, although we can hold stock for short amounts of time (birthday gifts, as one example – buy now and arrange a later delivery). 

Ioan aims to deliver most large pieces in person, although we do use a trusted & insured courier for smaller items, some exceptions and hard to reach locations.

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Lighting and Accessory Packs are available in the Basket when purchasing ANY stone water feature.

Accessories for Welsh Slate Water Features

 

Stone Monolith SM63 is a stunning Portland Stone garden ornament hand picked from a quarry in Dorset, on the isle of Portland. This has been core drilled and transformed into a Water Feature with our additional accessory pack. Portland Stone is perfect for achieving soft subtle natural stone tones, similar to those found in the rock garden at RHS Wisley in Sussex. Delivery can be arranged with our courier, alternatively this can be collected from the workshop, strictly by appointment only. Slate Monoliths of this size and shape are getting increasingly difficult to source. Our Blog has lots of great gardening ideas and guides, as well as articles about Historic Sites to visit in Wales and England.