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Learn how to build a stacked rock wall planter; includes details on working with stone along with tips, materials, and tools lists.

Ron's next stop is in Boulder, Colorado where he visits Ann Blonston's beautiful mountain home. This house, situated at an elevation of 7200 feet, has an outstanding view of a National Park. It is no wonder that Ann enjoys entertaining out on her deck. She has asked Ron to come and help her construct a dry stack stone wall and planter box from Colorado sand stone, quarried in Lyons, Colorado just 30 miles North of Boulder. This type of stone border is unique to the Boulder area and will help create an inviting pathway from the front of her home around to the side deck.

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