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Frequently Asked Questions

What do you put on soil before pebbles?

Put down a landscape fabric or a weed mat. This should be placed over the dirt or other base material that will be covered with pebbles. The weed mat covers the cleared area for the pebble garden and makes sure little will grow underneath the weed mat.

How do you landscape with pebbles and stones?

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Is it safe to walk on Pebbles in the garden?

The surfaces of the garden pebbles are flush and these are very safe to walk on. These stones offer more traction and as a result, slipping is out of the question with these stones in place. These stones can be used on dry surfaces such as on a plain landscape and also wet surfaces like a garden floor, swimming pool and portions of your deck.

Can you use pebbles as a ground cover?

Using Decorative Pebbles as a ground cover. A great way to spruce up an otherwise dreary area is to add colour! And much like paint and carpet, Decorative Pebbles can do just that for your garden. If you have a neglected corner, an eroding pathway, or an unkept and unwanted lawn, decorative pebbles might be your best option.

Why do you put pebble mulch in your garden?

The first is quite simply soil protection from things like erosion, sunlight and weed germination a role pebble mulch can easily fill. The second is to break down and “feed” the garden bed adding organic compost from the rotting timbers.

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