Put On the Finishing Touches With Garden Walls and Railings

Whether you want a decorative railing to accent on your design, or a wall to retain against a nearby hill - or nosy neighbor - beautiful options abound in a variety of materials, shapes and colors.

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Dry Stacked Stone Wall Takes Time, Money, Skill
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Dry Stone Wall

The materials, skill and time required to build a dry stone wall make it an expensive, though beautiful, option; the meticulous placement of the stones means you don't need mortar.

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