Stepping Stones For Saturated Lawns

With the Met Office warning there are more days with rainfall totals above 50mm on the way (or already here), Primeur has a great solution for saturated lawns and pathways.

Primeur’s Eco Way recycled rubber stepping stones are perfect for navigating down to the garden room or just as an enhancement connecting patio doors to outdoor spaces – even in challenging weather conditions.

By providing a stable and elevated pathway, Primeur’s stepping stones help to prevent slips and falls on muddy or waterlogged surfaces. This is particularly beneficial for individuals with mobility challenges, playing children, or muddy pets, as it offers a reliable and secure route through an outdoor space, claims the company.


Like stone

The collection, which includes the popular Stomp, Butterfly, Scroll, Leaves, Rover Rock, Natural Stone, Cracked Log and Railroad Tie designs, boasts the appearance of real stone. nlike their concrete counterparts, they are virtually indestructible. They durable, aid with grip when walked on and are resistant to mould.



Also for winter, the Tierra Verde collection of planters by Primeur provides an eco-friendly solution for protecting plants during the colder months of the year. They are made of robust recycled rubber materials that can endure even the harshest of winter weather. Rubber can expand and contract with temperature changes, which makes these containers resistant to degradation caused by freezing winters or hot summers. Like Primeur’s stepping stones, they do not attract mould or mildew.

The portfolio of planters now includes new designs, such as Whiskey Barrel, Cello, and Alto, in addition to the existing Flamenco, Symphony, Sonata, Concerto, Baritone, and Octavia. These pots have a self-watering reservoir that stores rainwater for the plants to use, without the risk of over-saturation. When the reservoir is full, any excess water drains out via an overflow valve, helping to prevent root rot caused by over-watering.


Picture: If you supply or install garden rooms, why not go the whole hog and offer planters and pathways to lead the way? 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
27th January 2024


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