Iron Verdigris Garden Turtle Stepping Stone
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- Great detail on this turtle stepping stone
- Done in an attractive verdigris finish
- Made of cast iron
- Measures 1/2"H x 13"L x 9"W
- Weighs over 3-1/2 pounds
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|Manufacturer Part Number||X2353|
|Material Type||Cast Iron|
|Package Height||1 x 11 x 12 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.1 pounds|
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|Material Type||Cast Iron||—||Resin||Stone||cast-iron||—|
Iron Turtle Stepping Stone Nice detail on this turtle stepping stone Done in an attractive verdigris finish Made of cast iron Measures 1/2"H x 13"L x 9"W
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Updated to add pics.. the turtle stepping stone was not dug in like the others. I also put some of the irregular venetian stepping stones from home depot here- I dug them in here but I noticed in the back of the house I put some of those on the ground meaning to dig them in and left them there over the winter. They eventually settled and don't move with the added bonus that they don't get as dusty as the ones you dig in and don't need swept. I suppose putting cement down first is the ideal way to do it but I can't physically do that.