Dolomite boulders are large, natural rock formations that are often used in landscaping and hardscaping projects. They are typically light to medium gray and tan in color, with a smooth, textured surface. Dolomite is a type of sedimentary rock that is composed mainly of the mineral dolomite (calcium magnesium carbonate) which is more resistant to weathering and erosion than limestone. Dolomite boulders can be used as a decorative feature in gardens, around water features, or as an accent in rock gardens. They can also be used to create retaining walls, steps, or borders in landscaping projects. They are also popular to use in waterfalls for pools and other water features, because of the natural beauty and durability of the Dolomite rock. Dolomite boulders are a popular choice for both residential and commercial landscaping and hardscaping projects.