25,688 Pebble Mulch Home Design Photos

All Seasons Gardening and Landscaping
Wilkes Residence
Ideabooks30
Questions0
mexican pebble
“Succulents” — vickid57
All Seasons Gardening and Landscaping
Wilkes Residence
Ideabooks27
Questions0
mexican pebble
“combination seating/fence” — peach2
All Seasons Gardening and Landscaping
Wilkes Residence
Ideabooks520
Questions0
mexican pebble
“Arrangement” — totalballistic
All Seasons Gardening and Landscaping
Wilkes Residence
Ideabooks28
Questions0
mexican pebble
“exterior of the house is interesting” — bbarbourbill
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks26,320
Questions11
Where can I get these pebbles/stones in Australia
What do you suggest for the layer under the pebbles?
Is the divider between the mulch and pebbles
Garden / pool boundary with pebbles
Have you seen Black Mulch? It's also something you might consider in your landscaping.
Combo of river rock & mulch.
of different materials may not be as jarring outside as it can be inside, as is seen here with pavers, pebbles and plantings. The simple edging that holds the pebbles and separates them from the mulch is a very nice minimal detail. See more of this garden
Here, a smooth cast-stone paver rests in a bed of pebbles, also in the same concrete hue. The eye will instantly read this pairing as a pleasing texture contrast. The soft feather grass lends a surprising accent.
“River rock” — raesut
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks14,134
Questions5
This is a 1 1/2"-2 1/2" Black Mexican Pebble, wet!
Black pebble mulch with natural grasses
effect, use river pebbles as a form of mulch in your courtyard garden beds. Pebbles and grasses tend to look particularly good in contemporary styled alfresco areas, and they also team well with succulents for a desert or Mexican flavour. Apart from their aesthetic appeal, pebbles are also helpful in
“Grass and pebbles” — mezedwin
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks708
Questions2
A pebbled and mulched pathway lined with bricks
connected by pebbled and mulched pathways lined with salvaged bricks. Dianella 'Little Jess' hedging adds softness to this path, while the rich color of black tree aeonium (Aeonium 'Swartkopf', zones 9 to 11) picks up on the home's accent colors.
The smaller gardens are connected by pebbled and mulched pathways lined with salvaged bricks. Dianella 'Little Jess' hedging adds softness to this path, while the rich color of black tree aeonium (Aeonium
The smaller gardens are connected by pebbled and mulched pathways lined with salvaged bricks. Dianella 'Little Jess' hedging adds softness to this path, while the rich color of black tree aeonium (Aeonium 'Swartkopf'
“Side landscape” — mauk
Falling Waters Landscape
9 Reviews
Mozart 1.0
Ideabooks552
Questions0
Add some rock. Small river rock or cobblestones are an attractive complement to simple plantings, and they can effectively take the place of organic mulch. While this works especially well in areas with heat and drought, it's a great option for any curbside garden. Be sure to use river rock that is at
Smal River Rock least 1 inch in diameter instead of mulch.
Add some rock. Small river rock or cobblestones are an attractive complement to simple plantings, and they can effectively take the place of organic mulch. While this works especially well in areas with heat and drought, it's a great option for any curbside garden. Be sure to use river rock that is at
at least 1 inch in diameter (not tiny pea gravel) to avoid its spilling onto the sidewalk or washing away during a heavy rain.How to pick a mulch and why your soil wants it
“simplicity” — westr70
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