458 pea gravel Asian Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks2,568
Questions3
stone and gravel contained by edging
Type of stone for pea gravel
Concrete pavers, larger river rock, pea gravel
pea gravel, river rock and stone combo
Pea Gravel and Stone Junction. Use this detail further down by the old playground with the Zen garden.
Stones and gravel and concrete pavers
river rock & pea gravel
river gravel...Pea Gravel...Peas tone colr...mexican pea gravel
“Metal edge strip” — Splice Design
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Ideabooks10,750
Questions2
It looks like washed pea gravel.
Bench and under lit tree with patio area in gravel/stone
firepit surrounded with river rocks and then pea gravel
Gravel; water feature doubling as dog watering
gravel, stones, and firepit
gravel and stone water feature
types of gravel...Washed pea gravel...i like the gravel...Washed pea gavel...gravel fire pit...washed pea gravel....gravel courtyard
“El rincon” — cecirivera
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks8,597
Questions6
Is this pea gravel? How expensive is it to install a gravel driveway?
This is a dense gravel. 3/8" angular pieces. It's called chip seal. It is installed over asphalt, with the typical subbase that asphalt is installed on. The asphalt it
chip seal 3/8" angular pieces of gravel on top of asphalt then covered with a tacky asphalt liquid over which rocks are spread. Some stick, some don't. It is $5-7 per sf.
Like pea gravel driveway with stone edging
“Edging treatment for gravel driveway” — California Horticulture
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks719
Questions0
No pea gravel for bed. No wee cloth. Embed stones with a mallet
Don't use weed cloth to line the bed. Use a mallet to embed smaller rocks in soil at bottom of bed. Don't use pea gravel. It will wash away in storms.
Use various sizes but never use pea gravel in a dry creek bed; it will easily wash away during a storm. I would recommend against using weed cloth to line your bed and would use a mallet to
Dry Creek bed using surplus stones to create a run-off for rainwater to pond. Hammer small stones into soil banks, don't use pea gravel. Keep exposed roots and route around natural features.
“looks natural -” — stodsoto109
Garden Design, Inc.
1 Review
Japanese garden
Ideabooks839
Questions1
mix of planting, sculpture and pea gravel (as opposed to all mulch). Soft lines, 'organic' feel.
plants in pea gravel
mulch and pea gravel
Gravel path, boulders, natural landscaping
Gravel areas...More gravel...Gravel meets mulch
“Screening around shed” — mcutrona
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,289
Questions9
related by means of material and share similar colors, but they differ with regard to size, shape and texture. In addition, the river rocks and the pea gravel share shape and texture but contrast with regard to size and color.
Nice gravel, stone, rock and grass layout for
related by means of material and share similar colors, but they differ with regard to size, shape and texture. In addition, the river rocks and the pea gravel share shape and texture but contrast with regard to size and color.You may find that in juxtaposing two very dramatic elements, such as the boulder
“asian style” — edmundsanpedro
Verdance Landscape Design
1 Review
Crabapple tree bosque in bloom
Ideabooks1,136
Questions0
not enough contrast in color of slate and gravel?
Like the large stepping stones in gravel.
under the plum tree slate and gravel or pebble mix.
flagstone, pea gravel, bridge
Flagstones and gravel on patio
spaced flagstones with pea gravel
flag stone with gravel
stones in gravel/concrete
Gravel and rock floor
Backyard gravel...Stone and gravel...pea gravel
“ming garden” — texasdirtnap
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks422
Questions0
Never use pea gravel in a dry creek bed; it will easily wash away during a storm. I would recommend against using weed cloth to line your bed and would use a mallet to embed the smaller rocks into the soil.
Never use pea gravel in a dry creek bed; it will easily wash away during a storm. I would recommend against using weed cloth to line your bed and would use a mallet to
photo we see small, egg-size stones at the bottom of the bed, with three sizes of river rock progressing up the sides of the feature. Never use pea gravel in a dry creek bed; it will easily wash away during a storm. I would recommend against using weed cloth to line your bed and would use a mallet to
this photo we see small, egg-size stones at the bottom of the bed, with three sizes of river rock progressing up the sides of the feature. Never use pea gravel in a dry creek bed; it will easily wash away during a storm. I would recommend against using weed cloth to line your bed and would use a mallet to
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