14,663 pea gravel Home Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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below the gravel ) and wood screws. The redwood and stakes can be purchased at a lumber store.
2" x 4" redwood set on edge and secured with redwood stakes and screws. Keep tops of stakes below gravel for seamless look.
This is called pea gravel, available at a local
surfaces, gravel and pavers like this allow water to seep into the soil, rather than run off into the yard or street, which is a good thing! If you're looking for pebbles for a walkway, you may need a layer of small crushed rock underneath to stabilize the smoother pebbles and make them easier to walk on
concrete stepping stones, Mexican pebbles and pea gravel
pea gravel, but the rest of this is too rectilinear
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 in different sizes — 1/4 inch, 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch are common sizes. It typically comes in a range of tan, brown and white color mixes, but do your
“border” — jyates7
Moore About... Design
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Topanga Pre-fab Re-hab
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with some pea gravel and a little sand to help lock the pea gravel in place and to help control the dreaded pea gravel migration.
said, Pea Gravel - while working on the design Dawn wanted to create a green permeable patio and so she reclaimed the stones you see in the photo from another project where we had just broken up a driveway and walkway. First we removed approximately 5" of earth to allow for the thickness of the concrete
walkway has pea gravel in the crevices.
pea gravel w/ a little sand to lock the pea gravel in place. flagstone walkway,pea gravel in between, CORRUGATED PATIO DOVERING/FENCE.
use of pea gravel or decomp gravel.
This flagstone walkway has pea gravel in the crevices.
gaps w/pea gravel and a little sand to help lock gravel in place and control pea gravel migration.
“Build on to the house” — bblackfred
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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granite or pea gravel? Thanks!
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 of that. I am 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 back into the dirt?
Pea Gravel or DG with no edging
love the mix of stones and pea gravel
Slab rocks in pea gravel areas
Simple, pea gravel and flagtones set in gravel
Patio pierre et gravel coin lunch
Simple pea gravel for my space under the Japanese maple.
“Front patio” — amaaron23
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Mangan 2-1
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they pure gravel only or are they mixed with other material to help them settle down better? Mines are easily scatted away...
Mix pea gravel with pavers to delineate an outdoor
the use of gravel and stone
jagged pea gravel size stone that is locally called 'Tuscany' or 'Black and Tan' or 'Nursery Crush' 3/8" gravel with bed of
pavers and gravel to delineate space
I am about to do a pea gravel garden
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 sit, then place them. Fill the remaining space with a layer of pea gravel roughly three inches deep, ensuring you fill the spaces between each paver
use of gravel saves money and creates a water-permeable surface. Tip: Invest in an electric leaf blower — things falling out of trees can easily junk up the gravel. Next: Browse more landscape photos
“Patio transition” — Brooke Lawrence
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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plants. pea gravel (bottom), separated by a line of blue fescue (Festuca glauca).
the blue grass with the gravel - under the stairs?
(top) and pea gravel (bottom), separated by a line of blue fescue (Festuca glauca).
I like the pea gravel
Decomposed Granite & pea gravel
Pea gravel//blue fescue
Good ideas for gravel
decomposed granite and pea gravel
pea gravel with decomposed granite
(top) and pea gravel (bottom), separated by a line of blue fescue (Festuca glauca).
granite and gravel...gravel landscaping...pea gravel...DG and pea gravel...Dark gravel...of pea gravel...DG and gravel...DG with pea gravel
“the decomposed granite----compacts nicely---for pond area/bee yard path” — dorseynet
Cary Bernstein Architect
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Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero House
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Great idea, using gravel and paving, in this enclosed space. multi functional for relaxation or temp play area. Well done.
Bluestone pavers meet pea gravel as home meets garden.
relaxed pea gravel patio and short retaining wall
Edge stone to gravel - then metal edging
pavers meet pea gravel as home meets garden.
“Use the wall idea to hide some of the secondary walls in back garden.” — maceio
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Landscape and Pool Design
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inches of pea gravel over 2 inches of crusher run gravel- Just periodic raking is all the maintenance needed
Love the gravel offsetting the greens
Like the gravel path with the bordering plants to hide the path border.
It is low maintenance-1.5 inches of pea gravel over 2 inches of crusher run gravel- Just periodic raking is all the maintenance
of the pea gravel mixed with lush grasses , evergreens and other plantings ...could something like this apply to our back firepit?
pea gravel walkway to iron gate
“Pea gravel path” — tingleb33
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
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Michigan farmhouse
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grey cottage and pea gravel garden
Gravel, landscaping, lighting
gravel, lights, seating area
house gravel patio, garden
Pea gravel backyard...Stone! Pea gravel...pea gravel, lights...Pea gravel...casual, gravel...gravel yard...gravel patio...dining on gravel...Pea gravel floor...lots of gravel
“I like this cozy, casual look.” — verojohns
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