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Dry-stacked or dry-laid (versus mortared)

Dry-stacked or dry-laid (versus mortared) refers to a construction method of building a hardscape element, such as a wall, path, or patio, by tightly fitting stones together without using mortar. This is a historical construction technique that creates a strong structure, allowing for natural, slight movement over time and water to percolate into the soil substrate to avoid runoff.