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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
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
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.
“gravel” — btsanchez
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
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 be a huge help! Thanks, Melissa
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. ...
Have you checked against pictures of Lodi, Lin Creek, or Pami pebbles? Also, it could be straight pea gravel, though that is usually more grey in hue.
stone for stepping gravel to accent and edging to any shape possible
flagstone in pea gravel path/for faucett access
Flagstone floating in gravel, like a raft in water.
Color of gravel and concept of stepping stones (but not the shape)
“sidewalk” — lavonneve
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
it installed? Is that 1/2" pea gravel? Thank you!
what size is the gravel...thank you.
is it possible to walk barefoot comfortable on the gravel. thanks for the help. trying to decide whether to use gravel for our entrance.
The gravel is 1/4" - 1/2" mixed black pea gravel.
“that 1/2" pea gravel? Thank you!” “what size is the gravel...thank
Gravel with pavers for fire pit area
“The gravel is 1/4" - 1/2" mixed black pea gravel.” “stakes.The pea gravel is 1/4" - 1/2" mixed black beach pebbles, laid no more than 1 1/2" thick on a base of well compacted native soil or decomposed granite.” “to 1/2" pea gravel set into decomposed granite” “Metal ball garden ornament on gravel - left
gravel: pea gravel is 1/4" - 1/2" mixed black beach pebbles, laid no more than 1 1/2" thick on a base of well compacted native
“Black pea gravel...see comments” — theeasleys
Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
I have a swimminpool near the pathway so I don't want the gravel to move around. Thank you for your answer.
Hi there - thanks! The gravel path is lined with heavy grade weed cloth - seams overlapped & pinned down. Gravel is 3" deep and a clean gravel, not a minus gravel, so no small particles that behave like soil.
Simple pea gravel path with boulders and pottery
Reference for irregular blue stones surrounded by crushed gravel.
stones off stairs transitioning to gravel, could do in back
pretty - casual stones laid surrounded by gravel trail
gravel path lined with heavy graDE WEED CLOTH AND 3 INCH DEEP PEA GRAVEL ON TOP
perfect combination of gravel and flagstone combined
“Allee” — conrath
Contemporary Landscape
Is this loose gravel or aggregate? What kind of stone?
How do you like pea gravel for the entry path? Is it an issue tracking
What kind of gravel is this?
white house; crushed gravel path; green foliage
gravel path and are that doesn't require maintenance and is probably cheaper than any other option.
Consider alternatives to a lawn, such as gravel or tiling
Gravel out of back door leading to your rooms
The gravel path and the plants. No or minimal
Expand a gravel path into a patio to provide continuity. This simple bistro set adds to the feel, as do the trees along the path that form a small allée. The matching spheres add a bit of a formal look while delineating the transition from path to patio.
“Consider gravel instead of grass” — Tarheel Associates, Inc.
4 Reviews
Garden Serenity
The outside of my house is very humid. There are small mountains around little sun, and there is almost always mud. I am considering using gravel. Do you recomend it? Thank you in advance.
Thanks for answer so fast. The title was a typo I meant gravel, but it worked. I'm from Puerto Rico, thatdoes not freeze. I also thought about using a plastic before adding the stones but I don't know if it affcets the soil or if it brings any other touble for draining.
catch your gist. From my experience, I'd say yes it will cut down on mud, but depending on how it is irrigated it can still become puddly. If the gravel is deep enough then there shouldn't be too much of a problem, but it's not always the best solution for walkways. Does it freeze where you live?
“em Volta da piscina” — rgheria
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Outdoor Living
What did you use for the boarder to contain the gravel?
This is gravel... Wheeler Zamaroni has some great options ...
Like the bamboo, tropical plus pea gravel...down side of house???
Gravel Pathway ? instead of concrete on upper level side of house !!!
gravel path - poss to use crushed shells from mombasa?
Gravel. Adding a gravel path is one of the quickest changes you can make to your landscape, gravel is easy to work with and generally leans toward the heart of budget-friendly. All it takes is a few yards of landscaping cloth, some type of edging and the ability to spread gravel.
across the gravel path and the rustle of bamboo fronds when there's a breeze.
Some people hang tapestries on their hallway walls. And some people line their side garden with a textural privacy screen that resembles a fabric tapestry. This narrow side garden has a lot going for it: 1. the gravel walk is
“Leopard bamboo” — ashumway
Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Suhr-Brown, Bainbridge Island, WA
flagstone (?) was used and what sort of width and base layer preparation is best (same PNW climate). Does the path need buried edging to keep the gravel in place? Finally, what about durability and maintenance? (Phew, sorry for all the questions!)
Gravel is very durable, permeable and quite honestly one of my favorite materials when used appropriately. The one thing to keep in mind with crushed gravel of this size - its not bare foot friendly, though very comfortable to walk on in shoes. Maintenance on any gravel depends on the gravel size
otherwise you can end up with weeds in the gravel later on as the debris forms a growing medium. I've found that 3/4" gravel can be blown to get even small debris out - just need the right angle to avoid blowing the gravel too. I'm not a fan of blowers - however gravel & river rock are the few surfaces where
“Garden” — James Able
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