Being Bolder with Boulders

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Are you looking to beautify and enhance your landscape naturally and sustainably? Boulder walls are becoming a popular choice for many homeowners. Boulder walls can be a very small addition to your landscape or a very large functional feature to add beauty.

Boulders can be used for landscaping in many different ways:

  • Retaining walls
  • Rock gardens
  • Terracing
  • Fishponds or other water features
  • Beach walls to protect against coastal erosion
  • Fences
  • To beautify your garden

Boulder rock retaining walls are the most popular choice for boulders. The Black Bess Group places them in a way that looks completely natural in any landscape. They are strong to support the soil behind them while providing the look and functionality many homeowners are looking for.

Adding boulders to your garden or land is a fun and wonderful way to express your personality and love for nature. An added bonus is that you can personalize your boulders by adding your favourite flowers or greenery to complement them.

Not only are they beautiful, functional, and sustainable, but they are also a great investment because they are strong and durable making them last forever!

So, if you’re looking for a summer revamp for your garden, a boulder project may be the right thing for you.

Visit The Black Bess Group website to find out more about their boulder services.

See below for some beautiful boulder landscape designs…

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

 

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

 

Boulder walls in the process of being constructed…

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

Boulder walls. Black Bess Group, Barbados

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Jessica Buckmaster

Jessica Buckmaster is currently finishing her undergraduate degree and joint diploma in Media and Production at Western University in Canada. She has chosen to specialize in Journalism as she has a passion for current affairs and interacting with many different personalities. Jessica has had the opportunity to fine-tune her writing abilities as well as her interviewing techniques and loves all aspects of media. After graduating, Jessica is looking to travel and work in freelance journalism before she returns home to Barbados.

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