We would like to install a grid of 4x4 (or 6x6) cobblestones with grass in between. Somewhere in the ratio of 50% grass, 50% cobble. We are worried about the stones shifting during the summer/winter months. Are there any plastic grid products (or any other material) that can be installed below the driveway surface that can hold the cobblestones to further reinforce the intergrity of the grid pattern, while still allowing for grass to grow in between?
there are plastic grids that you put the stones into. they are generally used by citys for drainage friendly alleys. try the cobble supplier if he knows where to get them and what expense.
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Is a porch a posibility? and what would it look like?
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