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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
Do some kind of slate pavers outside with landscaping
pavers and gravel to delineate space
I am about to do a pea gravel garden
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
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
“Patio transition” — Brooke Lawrence
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
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 were soaked in water to make pliable prior to installation.
do a similar stone gravel pathway to the side gate?
The gravel is 3/8" Mojave pea gravel, a blend of tan, gray
Pea gravel patch with red wood border
The gravel is 3/8" Mojave pea gravel, a blend of tan, gray and cream gravel bordered with 1" x 4" redwood boards that were soaked in water to make pliable prior
“Nice path” — ArtisTree Woodworking Design LLC
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
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
stone or landscaping materials yard. Unlike solid 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
concrete stepping stones, Mexican pebbles and pea 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 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
“Patio” — belenas
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Woodside One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
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One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
It is beautiful, but I'm not recognizing it in photos online from gravel suppliers...having the name would be a huge help! Thanks, Melissa
in our Gravel section to get a better picture and if you're near Sonoma County, visit either of our yards. http://www.sbimaterials.com/product-categories/landscaping/gravel/
Have you checked against pictures of Lodi, Lin Creek, or Pami pebbles? Also, it could be straight pea gravel, though that is
flagstone in pea gravel path/for faucett access
random stepping stones in pea gravel
random shaped pavers for a pathway set in bluestone gravel and with black landscape fabric beneath it.
stepping stones on top of gravel, not set in
“Stone with pebbles around it” — Jeff Baryshnik
Marcus & Willers Architects
6 Reviews
Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
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What type of gravel is on the landscape
Crushed rock gravel. Pea gravel is easier on the feet but it will not compact or stay in place.
pea gravel, stone firepit, square pavers embedded in grass
Like the fire pit with gravel around
NOTE: the material around fire pit -- " 3/8" Crushed rock gravel. Pea gravel is easier on the feet but it will not compact or stay in place.
3/8" Crushed rock gravel. Pea gravel is easier on the feet but it will not compact or stay in place
Gravel with above ground fire pit
use of pea gravel and the pavers into grass.
llers designed the landscaping, while Rozanski Design built the final look. Chairs: Sonoma Backyard
“Fire pit and pavers in the grass” — J Alexander Mitchell
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Landscape and Pool Design
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hired to design a pool and landscape for a new home on Long Island Drive in Sandy Springs. Multiple small gardens, fountains, and follies add interest to the classic designs.
garden design!! What is the materials being used here?
inches of pea gravel over 2 inches of crusher run gravel- Just periodic raking is all the maintenance needed
love the look of the pea gravel pathway, the greenery and the iron
pea gravel walkway to iron gate
“Narrow tree” — ansv
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
tuscan, stone, flagstone motorcourt
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exterior landscape planning and installation by Rob Hill, Hill's landscapes - Cameron Flagstone, italian cypress, pizza oven, vanishing edge pool, olive trees
type of gravel is that? Is it firm when walking on it?
love gravel path and maybe natural grasses
love the idea of gravel or pea gravel around exterior of house near windows
Love this stucco look and landscaping.
Gravel to give a deterring CRUNCH - GREAT idea...
Cover ground with loud gravel to deter burglars.
I like the rocks bordering the gravel path and the green hedge.
Cover the ground near your windows with gravel. The loud
windows with gravel. The loud crunch of footsteps on gravel is enough of a deterrent for a burglar to search for another target.
“Rock path” — tmkaple
Katia Goffin Gardens
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North Arlington Residence
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curvaceous pea gravel path directs the visitor through the woodland garden located at the back and back side of the house. It is planted with drifts of Erie and Chindo Viburnumns, Oak leaf Hyrangeas, Astilbe, Ferns, Hostas.A row of hollies was added to block the view to the son's home. Photo credit: ROGER
What is the gravel/stone pathway called...exact name and where would you get it? Thanks so much!
I'm interested in the Pea Gravel pathway. Steps to create? Tamping, Sand and how deep?
How do you clear the leaves from the path without blowing gravel everywhere? I had crushed granite between flagstone and it didn't mix with my large oak trees that shed tons of leaves. Broom or blower made a mess of the gravel. I love the more natural look though so would like
“Gravel walk & groundcover” — afniemeyer
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