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or on decomposed granite, on Long Island, New York ? Thanks.
Decomposed granite. Must look for it.
Decomposed Granite (DG) is a great material for paths, drains well and hardens or compacts very well. It creates a softer look than gravel.
decomposed granite reddish color that will turn this color
Decomposed GraniteThe basics: Decomposed granite, or DG, is a granitic rock that has weathered to the point of breaking into very small pieces and silt-like particles. It comes in a reddish-tan color that will fade to a lighter tan over time. Decomposed granite is ideal for pathways and rustic patios
to the decomposed granite area, which protects the DG from the damaging effects of traffic and weather while still allowing it to be permeable.Maintenance: You may consider installing a contractor-grade landscape fabric underneath your decomposed granite area to discourage weeds from growing, but be aware
“Fragrant path” — suzanneudeschini
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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Decomposed granite with pea gravel and Festuca Glauca
Pea gravel and decomposed granite with blue fescue
combo of decomposed granite & w/the festuca glauca and rocks
Decomposed granite has a loose appearance on the surface, but it can be packed down and hardened with a stabilizer for high-traffic areas.
Here's a mix of decomposed granite (top) and pea gravel (bottom), separated by a line of blue fescue (Festuca glauca).
“Different textures” — bjtait
Shaw Coates
Rancho Santa Fe House
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decomposed granite, blue flame agave & golden barrel cactus - luv
Water minimal landscaping. Decomposed granite, succulents...blue flame agave
added decomposed granite and succulents, including golden barrel cactus and blue flame agave. The low-maintenance, minimal-water approach
with decomposed granite and blue flame agave.
The family didn’t want a huge lawn like the previous homeowners had and many of their neighbors have; water bills for those, Shaw says, can run up to $1,000 a month. The family added decomposed granite and
decomposed granite and succulents, including golden barrel cactus and blue flame agave.
added decomposed granite and succulents, including golden barrel cactus and blue flame agave. The low-maintenance, minimal-water approach was a success. “I interviewed landscapers and basically told them I didn’t want to do anything,” says Shaw, adding that her water bill is between $70 and $150 per
“Desert landscape” — melkasoa
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humble decomposed granite. Special considerations: It's similar to decomposed granite. Maintenance: The upkeep for crushed granite gravel is similar to that for decomposed granite and pea gravel, as it has some of the same qualities as each of those materials.
Crushed Granite Gravel The basics: This one is closely related to decomposed granite, but it's a bit chunkier in texture and size. While DG has quite a bit of silt and almost sand-like particles, crushed granite gravel
crushed granite gravel(decomposed granite) $60 per yard? (gives garden texture-walkways, patios
humble decomposed granite.Special considerations: It's similar to decomposed granite.Maintenance: The upkeep for crushed granite gravel is similar to that for decomposed granite and pea gravel, as it has some of the same qualities as each of those materials.
“paving” — veb3
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Is that decomposed granite? is it compacted?
it is decomposed granite and it is compacted with a little loose on the top that can be raked.
Decomposed granite pathway/patio; also, the use of narrow space as both path and patio (perhaps for down the road, post-play space?)
this. The decomposed granite walkway/area, the grass, the sage, the tree, the firepit, the chairs...
“Tranquilly” — Andrew Butte
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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this "decomposed granite" is inherent in the material. I call "decomposed granite" because that's what it's referred to as in our area, but it isn't derived from granite at all. This material is used locally here in Santa Barbara because our local sandstone is buff colored and the gray tones of actual
actual decomposed granite doesn't work as well aesthetically. This material came from Santa Barbara Stone. I'd start looking there. All the best, Margie
These decomposed granite walks provide a quarter mile of accessiblity throughout this site, critical for a chair-bound homeowner who had never been in his own garden
crushed granite - more of a warm color
These decomposed granite walks provide a quarter mile of accessiblity throughout this site, critical for a chair-bound homeowner who had never been in his own garden (!). The meandering paths provide vista points, areas in which to linger, speedy
“Thin raised edges, planters” — shmorganizer
Shelley Gardea
Garden pathway in drought tolerant yard
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between the decomposed granite and the stones is a recycled plastic material called Bend - A - Board. it is brown in color, about 1 inch by 4 inches and is pretty stiff material - thus it bends with very nice curves. no kinks ! it usually comes in 20 foot lengths. i secured the board into place with plastic
sand - decomposed granite by White Sage Gardening
DG(decomposed granite), it compacts over time.
(short for decomposed granite); it compacts over time. The material appears natural, like the desert Call loves.
Ward wanted a material that would be a stark contrast between the garden and the path. What appears to be sand is called DG (short for decomposed granite); it compacts over time. The material
“rock river through the DG for the back driveway?” — jmhale12
The Garden Route Company
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Suburban Contemporary
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decomposed granite, place the path at a higher elevation (1½ inches or so) than the surrounding land so water doesn’t puddle.
Garden PATH DECOMPOSED GRANITE If you're making a path out of decomposed granite, place the path at a higher elevation
out of decomposed granite, place the path at a higher elevation (1½ inches or so) than the surrounding land so water doesn’t puddle.
decomposed granite path - higher elevation than surrounding land so water doesn't pool.
out of decomposed granite, place the path at a higher elevation (1½ inches or so) than the surrounding land so water doesn’t puddle.
“If you're making a path out of decomposed granite, place the path at a higher elevation (1½ inches” — Aydelette Kelsey
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