19,432 pea gravel Home Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Before I put my pea gravel, what I will use or do , so the weed don't
secured with redwood stakes and screws. Keep tops of stakes below gravel for seamless look.
This is called pea gravel, available at a local stone or landscaping materials yard. Unlike solid surfaces, gravel and pavers like this allow water to seep into the soil, rather
rocks and smooth the soil. Laid out the frame. Laid tar paper (from the roofing dept) as a weed barrier. We used M10 from the stone yard rather than pea gravel. It's great.
drain/street. I would expect that you will want 4+ inches of gravel over the fabric depending on the traffic use of the area.
This is 2" x 4" redwood set 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
“Cost: Pea gravel is sold by the bag for around $3 or by the cubic yard for $33 to $50 and up. Adva” — katpur24
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Is this decomposed granite or pea gravel? Thanks!
Love your postings..how deep did you go with this pea gravel on top? Worried about rolling and squishyness of gravel..but love softer edges. Can you do 1" and accomplish that?
The gravel needs to be on a base of compacted decomposed granite or compacted gravel, then a weed
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?
natural stone and pea gravel for ground cover
pea gravel patio for dining area
Choose natural stone and pea gravel for a low-key look. If you are
“large/small stone combo” — jlambert2
Moore About... Design
3 Reviews
Topanga Pre-fab Re-hab
a level walking surface. Once the reclaimed concrete was in place we filled the gaps 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.
So glad you like it! I have a fantastic contractor, Anthony Ujueta who can answer with specifics! Anthony 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
pea gravel w/ a little sand to lock the pea gravel in place. flagstone walkway,pea gravel in between, CORRUGATED PATIO DOVERING/FENCE.
strong edging. gravel with the stone
the reclaimed concrete was in place we filled the gaps 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.
“the use of stones” — Eileen Granfors
Scot Eckley Inc
1 Review
Alfresco Living
what type of gravel is this
Where to buy this small pea gravel in Vancouver area?
for small pea gravel 3/8~ 1/4" to make a french style garden would you please tell me where I can find the gravel? expensive?
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
be all about the same size (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.
casual elegance of just gravel on ground
Garden, gravel sandlike under table, couch, bamboo in pots.
the small gravel makes the space lighter and seem bigger
“Gravel” — poppop089
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
mexican pebble pea gravel, tamp down & use stabilizer on decomposed granite
pea gravel on bottom. the plant is blue fescue
Mix of decomposed granite (top) - personally, not crazy about that. pean gravel below the plant - Might like pea gravel in aggregate
pea gravel and dg fescue in the midle
Here's a mix of decomposed granite (top) and pea gravel (bottom), separated by a line of blue fescue (Festuca glauca).
“blue fescue (plant)” — Joshua Jeffery
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
is this pea gravel or DG?
I've heard of a product 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 material to help them settle down better? Mines are easily scatted away...
Mix pea gravel with pavers to delineate
Raised vegetable beds and paver/gravel casual sitting area
incorporation of stones in the gravel - just enough to support the furniture.
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
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
“Permeable Paving Idea” — 8854
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero House
what typeof paving did you use? And what type of gravel?
pea gravel ad square paver path to garden love i m pei bench and grass too
bluestone meets pea gravel in seating ara
yes! Pavers and pea gravel!
relaxed pea gravel patio and short retaining wall
Edge stone to gravel - then metal edging
Bluestone pavers meet pea gravel as home meets garden.
“Gravel and pavers” — spennerk
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Garden teak table and chairs
Its just a local pea gravel. Thanks for the question
You can get a similar look to this gravel if you used pebble tile.
tamping down soil to have a firm base then only 1/2 to 1 inch of pea gravel
Tamp dirt and use only 1/2 to 1" of pea gravel
pea gravel - advice is to tap soil base well and use only 1/2 to 1 inch of gravel
small patio, pea gravel, raised beds
not sure if the style fits our home but I like the gravel path and
and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and firm footing for the table. To successfully install a patio like this, the designer points out, the key is to have a firm base (by tamping the soil underneath) and to use only ½ to 1 inch of gravel.How to use gravel and stone in the landscape
“good idea” — kcampbell4343
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