Millstone is a Surrey, England-based company that manufactures a diverse line of different water features that aim to add picturesque touches to outdoor landscapes. Some examples of the types of water features that are offered by Millstone include planters, bird baths, weathered rocks, rock art clocks, African grindstones, pump covers and many others.
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Millstone Water Features offers a handful of different bird baths. Bird baths are shallow and tiny ponds (inside of basins) or fake puddles that allow birds to relax, cool down and bathe. Birds can also drink from the water in bird baths. Bird baths are popular garden ornaments, especially in wildlife gardens. Millstone Water Features has several different kinds of bird baths, including stone effect bird baths, aluminium bird baths (solar powered), single tiered bird baths and classic wood effect bird baths.
Grindstones are flat and round sharpening millstones that have traditionally been used as tools for smoothing, shaping, grinding or sharpening. Millstone Water Features makes several different decorative grindstones that were created out of natural sandstone from Africa. The four African grindstones are available in different sizes, from 177 x 130 x 150 inches to 236 x 157 x 50 inches.
Planters are gardening implements commonly used for planting seeds. Millstone Water Features produces four different varieties of planters. The company produces two trough planters of different sizes. Two striped oak barrel planters are also available, also which differ in size from each other.
Weathered rocks are a common addition to outdoor gardens and can enhance a rugged, quaint ambience. Millstone Water Features manufactures three different weathered rocks, all of varying shapes and sizes. A flat rock is available, as are two different types of "elevated" rocks which can help to give an outdoorsy, natural feel to any outdoor garden setting.
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