Stone Edging Properties

For any properties not shown below, see Setting Object Properties.





Which model to use for each stone.





Connect the last point to the first, forming a closed shape.


Width of each stone.


How tall each stone is.


Length of each stone.


How much the stones overlap. Use a positive distance to overlap, or a negative distance to increase the space between them.


Distance from the ground to the bottom of the edging.

Number of rows

How many rows will be added. For a single row of edging, set this property to 1. For stacked edging, enter the total number of rows desired.


Determines how the stones will be placed on the terrain.

Scale evenly

When one dimension of the size is changed, adjust the other sizes proportionally. Uncheck this option to change one dimension without changing the others.

Switch sides

Switch which direction the edging stones face. This is useful for stones where one side is intended to face outward, such as wall stones.

Offset alternate rows

When adding more than one row, offset every other row relative to the previous row. Uncheck this option to stack rows directly on top of each other.

Trim corner and end pieces

Trim start, end, and corner pieces to ensure they do not extend past the shape. Uncheck this option to prevent stones from being trimmed.

Edit points

Enable or disable point editing mode, which will allow you to modify the shape. See Editing Points for details.

Shape options

Save the current shape or load a new one. For more details, see Saving and Loading Shapes.





Total number of edging stones.


Total distance from the start of the edging to the end in feet or meters.

See also:

Adding Stone Edging
Setting Object Properties
Selecting Points
Selecting Objects
Editing Objects
Saving and Loading Shapes