Anchor stones are a great option for your landscape that require no mortar to install. They come in a range of natural colors.
LEFT: We used anchor stones here to create a floating peanut-shaped planter with an inner circle-shaped planter. Freshly installed sod plugs of "Emerald" Zoysia, Italian Cypress trees, white coral chips and two vertical rocks make for an attractive presentation that highlights the sacred connection to the ʻāina (land).
RIGHT: This mortar-free anchor stone wall gave our client a lot more workable yard space, with a 4-ft planter next to the neighboring lot's fence. Theses retainers are strong due to their interlocking construction, also allowing the wall to weep out water content evenly, therefore never building up pressure it cannot support.
Freshly planted Asystasia groundcover is planted here. Grass shown in this photo is "Tiffway II" Bermuda, the same type that is used at the Maui Lani golf course.
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Greg Stout has over 30 years of experience in the landscape and irrigation industry. Born in Illinois, Greg relocated to Hawaii in the 1970's and has been providing quality design and installation work to the people of Maui since 2000 as the owner of Maui Lawn & Landscape, LLC.