Pea Gravel Patio Pea gravel has long been favored for its smooth texture and wonderful, natural color variation. At $35 – $55 a ton, it’s an affordable and attractive choice for almost any application: side yards, driveways, patios, walkways, and planting beds. And it can be mixed and matched with other landscaping features to add visual interest to any outdoor space.
Hydrangea paniculata Limelight, large white blooms tinged with pale green; trailing Ivy at the base spills over the sides of the classy zinc planter boxes. Baltic Ivy (variegated creamy edge) would combine well too.
Landscaping rock creates a low-maintenance ground cover that stays put, unlike lightweight mulch, which can blow away. The rock helps smother unwanted plant growth, but some stubborn weeds find a way .
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Small Pea Size Gravel Used on Garden Pathway Small pea sized gravel is used for soft pathways in a garden. Soft surfacing for garden pathways consists of natural materials that include combinations of stone, wood and shell. Would work with drought plants.
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Narrow garden space of a townhouse. This very narrow space on the side of a townhouse is made more interesting by using an interesting paving pattern with tiles and pea gravel, plus a variety of plants in pots giving it height and texture
Birding paradise Garden designer Susanne Jett cheered up this Santa Monica lawn by laying down a crisp layer of decomposed granite and planting a showy—yet low-water—border that birds love as much as the homeowner does.