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instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.
instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too
outside ground--gravel vs oyster shell vs
crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.How to use gravel and stone in your landscape
8. Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping,
8. Choose gravel instead of stoneGravel – and other crushed quarry stones such as decomposed granite
red twist, try spreading shells instead of gravel – if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.
Love crushed gravel patios - so organic
“Gravel” — ameliajmc
debora carl landscape design
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Before I put my pea gravel, what I will use or do , so the weed don't
screws. Keep tops of stakes below gravel for seamless look.
This is called pea gravel, available at a local stone or
dept) as a weed barrier. We used M10 from the stone yard rather than pea gravel. It's great.
towards the drain/street. I would expect that you will want 4+ inches of gravel over the fabric depending on the traffic use of the area.
on edge and secured with redwood stakes (inserted with the tops below the gravel ) and wood screws. The redwood and stakes can be purchased at a lumber store
the arrangement of flowers separated by gravel
Pea Gravel The basics: Pea gravel is a small, rounded rock that got its name because the rocks are about the size of a pea. In reality pea gravel comes
pea gravel comes in different sizes...Pea Gravel - The basics:
“pea gravel path with border” — kalex_22
Scot Eckley Inc
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Alfresco Living
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Where to buy this small pea gravel in Vancouver area?
I am looking for small pea gravel 3/8~ 1/4" to make a french style garden would
would you please tell me where I can find the gravel? expensive?
(pebbles around 1/4" in diameter). 2-4" is a sufficient depth for gravel. One ton of gravel will cover 90 square feet @ 2" deep.
Thanks Odenza, as i learn from my friend, they only have there types of gravel And none of them are what i m looking for :(
It looks like standard pea gravel. The colors may vary from each supplier but it should be all about the same size (pebbles
comments re: amount of gravel 1 ton/90 sqft
Garden, gravel sandlike under table, couch, bamboo in pots.
what type of gravel is this
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called Core Systems that keeps gravel in place. It's a honeycomb mesh that gravel is poured over.
Are they pure gravel only or are they mixed with other
Raised vegetable beds and paver/gravel casual
no on gravel/stone together. Too much space between stone
another example of a defined space utilizing gravel and stones
passage, grey stone and gravel with native plants
Mix pea gravel with pavers to delineate an outdoor lounge space in the landscape. Pea gravel is very affordable. Decide where you want your loungers to
space with a layer of pea gravel roughly three inches deep, ensuring you fill the spaces between each paver. The use of gravel saves money and creates a
electric leaf blower — things falling out of trees can easily junk up the gravel. Next: Browse more landscape photos
is this pea gravel or DG?
“dark grey pavers” — lhbrackman
The Design Build Company
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tuscan, stone, flagstone motorcourt
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What type of gravel is that? Is it firm when walking on it?
Gravel and thorny plants for deterring thieves...
like the gravel and border of stone and boxwood; would be nice for front walk way too
Cover the ground near your windows with gravel. The loud crunch of footsteps on gravel is enough of a deterrent
Cover the ground near your windows with gravel. The loud crunch of footsteps on gravel is enough of a deterrent for a burglar to search for another target
“The loud crunch of footsteps on gravel is enough of a deterrent for a burglar to search for another target.” — Julie KimThis story was fascinating
about trimming shrubs and improving lighting, I never thought of crunchy gravel as a burglar deterrent. Full story: How Landscaping Can Keep Burglars Away
Cover ground with loud gravel to deter
“ground cover” — Erika Guzman
debora carl landscape design
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Why do you need to have a DG or compacted gravel base for the pea gravel on top? Would it not be sufficient
Is this decomposed granite or pea gravel? Thanks!
sufficient to compact the existing ground, lay the fabric and then pour 2" of gravel on top?
Love your postings..how deep did you go with this pea gravel on top? Worried about rolling and squishyness of gravel..but love softer
The gravel needs to be on a base of compacted decomposed granite or compacted gravel, then a weed barrier is used and the pea gravel is put on top
installing a gravel patio soon at my own home.
How do you create a pea gravel area? What keeps the weeds from coming up and the gravel from sinking
and pea gravel for ground cover
“Stone and pea gravel” — kayokomonroe
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
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What is the name of this gravel and color?
It is beautiful, but I'm not recognizing it in photos online from gravel suppliers...having the name would
In addition, check our website in our Gravel section to get a better picture and if you're near Sonoma County, visit either of our yards. ...
pictures of Lodi, Lin Creek, or Pami pebbles? Also, it could be straight pea gravel, though that is usually more grey in hue.
Flagstone floating in gravel, like a raft in water.
thought of gravel but feel that it may look too stark, try adding a path of scattered stones or pavers. Side note: you may hear that gravel has a tendency
shoes, although I have not had any personal issues with my large area of pea gravel.
“inexpensive landscaping detail” — Jean Forrest
debora carl landscape design
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I love the coloration of the path. What type of gravel did you use?
The gravel is 3/8" Mojave pea gravel, a blend of tan, gray and cream gravel bordered with 1" x 4" redwood boards that
Wood boarder pea gravel path to eating area.
The gravel is 3/8" Mojave pea gravel, a blend of tan, gray and cream gravel bordered with 1" x 4"
What type of gravel is this?...Gravel path with patio area at
“gravel and edges” — tallchick47
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