Landscape stepping stones – Tile is a relatively flat, smooth stones that have traditionally been using in gardens and walkways. Tile provides stepping-stones in low traffic areas where strong foothold amid uneven ground cover is required. Dig an area 4 to 5 inches deep where you create your path or patio. A spade is a prefer tool for this type of graves.
Use a line level or 4-foot level to make sure that your patio or go have a character or fall so that any water falling on pavement will drain away from your home for landscape stepping stones area. Insert steel edge around the dugout area an inch below your 4 or 5-inch depth. Hammer in the accompanying steel inserts that will keep edge and masonry sand in place. Add masonry sand inside the steel rim and compress it into a base of at least 3 inches.
And then add the tile piece by piece to place the stones close together in the joints for better stability and less maintenance to construct landscape stepping stones. Add masonry sand the tile surface and sweep it into the joints by means of the push broom. Let the sand settle in the cracks and repeat three or four times until the sand no longer disappears among the rocks. Maintain the road or terrace by sweeping more masonry sand into the joints every three or four years.