Use decorative stones as mulches, in walkways, along foundations, anywhere you want colour and texture...
Granite pebbles in greys, blues, roses, whites, tans. These are smoothed by water action, and range from rounds to ovals. Approximately 1/2” in diameter. Easy to handle and rake out. Makes a good mulch to complement rock gardens, xeriscaping designs or southwest garden themes.
Coming from the same glacial origins as peastone, this river stone size has been sorted to a fairly uniform 3/4 to one inch. This size tends to be our most popular, perhaps because it is the easiest to walk on. People who are doing a surround around an above ground pool like this size, yet others prefer it over the other sizes for mulching.
A good size for ponds, natural water features, around foundations where you want to reduce backsplash from heavy rain, as a dry river bed design component of a naturalized landscape plan.
These are glorious - big, smooth, and colourful: our landscape stone is mainly granite, and as such is great for water gardens, as border stones, to delineate an informal path, or in rock gardens. We have larger river-washed too: the 8-10”.
A clean and fresh look can be achieved by using our gorgeous white marble to highlight your perennial and shrub beds. Makes a brilliant pathway as well - very Alfred Sung!
Caramel Cream Marble is extremely eye-catching with its soft, earthy tone. This decorative marble makes a delightful walk, accent border, and garden mulch. For those who have it in their landscapes, they love it and report that it never fails to be a conversation piece when people who visit see this appealing stone.
With its subtle pink blush and occasional smattering of the odd jade-coloured stone tucked into the pile, this marble is in a league of its own. Use it along a foundation, in a tree circle or island bed, at the base of a fountain, or anywhere your creativity takes you.
Sporting veins and flecks of black granite scattered among the medium red, this stone, when viewed from a distance, ranks as a definite mahogany. Matches very nicely with red brick homes, particularly those with black accents, but also complements beiges and tans. Shrubs with foliage in the dark green hues, such as Boxwoods, contrast well with Red Granite as the backdrop.
For a solid, even burgundy-brown Chocolate Limestone is sure to delight! In the half-inch size, this decorative stone rakes out nice and smooth, making it ideal for that interesting path, for beneath those outdoor earthenware planters spilling with trailers of Algerian Ivy or Boston Ferns.
Ask us also about: crushed Midnight Black Granite, Jade Green Marble, and Golden Mexican Beach Pebbles.....