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Pavestone Rumblestone

Model RSK52677

Internet #204501850

73.5 in. x 17.5 in. RumbleStone 90 Degree Planter Kit in Sierra Blend

$880.00 /pallet

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Enhance the beauty of your yard with Pavestone RumbleStone Planter Kit, an easy do-it-yourself project and cost effective way that can dramatically improve the appearance of any exterior space. Available in three different colors and constructed by combining RumbleStone large, medium and mini stones. Pavestone’s RumbleStone Planter Kit creates spectacular results and allows homeowners to personalize the appearance of their outdoor living area.

  • Kit includes: 70 large, 53 medium, 108 mini
  • Available in three colors: cafe, sierra blend and grey stone
  • RumbleStone planter kit creates spectacular results and allows homeowners to personalize the appearance of their outdoor living area
  • Simple assembly and no cutting required

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Can I get plans on how to build this planter?

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Go to the manufacturer website for plans: http://www.pavestone.com/wp-content/uploads/90_deg_planter_1_hd_lr.pdf
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How much soil do I need to fill these?

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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fun and easy project I bought two of these to "frame" my patio and it turned out great. Definetly worth taking the time to dry fit before glueing as the instructions are a little hard to see the pattern June 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Needs Directions Looks great, but took twice as long as it should have to assemble. Without directions, the average home diy person would fail at making this look right and be structually sound. Lots of work only to find out at the finish that you need to start over. I lucked out. Having had some experience with these types of projects, I knew how to start the layout so the last course would turn out okay. It still wasn't perfect, but to the average eye, they'd never know. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nothing better than hardscape planter boxes. Rented the truck. brought bricks home. First layout, a dry-fit, then purchased the adhesive, and built the planter. Deck with planter looks unbelievable. Planted a Japanese Maple in corner for added effect. It's really so much better than a bunch of pots (which I originally had). $$$$ well worth it. Permanent, beuatiful feature.(or not so permanent) June 12, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Buy it by the brick If you go to the store they sell the bricks individually. You can buy the bricks for about $370.00 plus the cost of the adhesive which doesn't come with this kit anyway. You want to pay $700 more just to save a little grunt work counting out and loading the bricks at the store? And usually the store clerks are there to help you do that anyway. January 13, 2014
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