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debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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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.
“Plant5” — tdnguyen
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
tuscan, stone, flagstone motorcourt
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What type of gravel is that? Is it firm when walking on it?
love the idea of gravel or pea gravel around exterior of house near windows
Cover the ground near your windows with gravel. The loud crunch of footsteps on gravel is often enough
Gravel to give a deterring CRUNCH - GREAT idea...
Gravel and thorny plants for deterring thieves...
Cover ground with loud gravel to deter burglars.
of footsteps on gravel is enough of a deterrent for a burglar to search for another target.
Use gravel as a burglar alarm.
The crunching of gravel will deter a burglar
Gravel around the outside for security
Cover the ground near your windows with gravel. The loud crunch of footsteps on gravel is enough of a deterrent for a burglar to search for another target.
“Stucco color” — tcipollina
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
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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...
no on gravel/stone together. Too much space between stone
another example of a defined space utilizing gravel and stones
side passage, grey stone and gravel with native plants
Raised vegetable beds and paver/gravel casual sitting area
incorporation of stones in the gravel - just enough to support the furniture.
Pea gravel and flag stone patio
stone squares under chaises , umbrella and pebble gravel
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
“with slate stones” — babsshirvis
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
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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
website 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
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
“random stone setting” — babsshirvis
Landscape
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flagstone in sand with gravel joints
gravel with soft grasses next to it
I like the soft grasses next to the gravel
Flagstone path with pea gravel between stones and grass cut along sides?
patio and fire pit...peastone gravel with flat stones laid in.
Gravel walks connected by a narrow footpath of flagstone set over soil with gravel joints. There's a lot of bang for your buck here: You get texture, rhythm change and pattern. And by using less stone (which is more expensive than gravel), you'll save a ton of money and enhance the design.
“flagstone in gravel” — jessedots
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What type of gravel is this?
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.
Gravel path with red wood border. Soak first
Wood boarder pea gravel path to eating area.
pea gravel - maybe edge with brick
Pea gravel patch with red wood border
I like the color of the gravel
“Camino” — fpereza
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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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 soil or decomposed granite.
“Garden” — Ellen MacKay
Troy Rhone Garden Design
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Contemporary Cottage Garden teak table and chairs
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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
small patio, pea gravel, raised beds
not sure if the style fits our home but I like the gravel path and
Gravel/ wood shavings ground cover, wooden plant boxes
This could be our side yard with gravel and planter boxes
love the raised beds to create contrast with the gravel patio
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
“stacked RR ties for "wall" effect” — babsshirvis
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