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Beach Pebbles Garden
Category Landscape Rock
Decorative rock gardens aren’t only beautiful and weather resistant, but these features are also often low-maintenance and increase the value of a property. Depending on your preferences, budget, and location, various options include gravel paths, mixed pebble rocks, row gardens, and stone veneer. Before deciding which type to add to your yard, look at the best layouts below.

Raised Decorative Rock Garden

You can place this feature in your front or backyard, giving the atmosphere a little charm and classic style. This layout is ideal for small spaces. However, if space isn’t an issue, you could install a raised garden throughout a large portion of the yard. You need to expand the frame of the garden with decorative rocks and stones and then fill it with a combination of soil or leaf mold. To spruce it up, you can add plants or other features. If you use a variety of colors and sizes of decorative rocks, such as white pebble rock, landscaping with a raised decorative rock garden can be as fun and creative as your imagination will allow.

A raised decorative rock garden is excellent if your area is wet or has nutrient-poor soil. Expanding the garden also lowers challenges for those with limited mobility, as it reduces the need to bend and move around.

In-Ground Rows

If adding texture and diversity to the yard is your plan, consider an in-ground layout. The plants will be in the ground, but the decorative rocks and flowers will be placed around the trees based on your preferences.

Although this is a traditional design, you can spruce the feature up with different shades of plants and colors of decorative rocks, stones, and beach pebbles, from gleaming gold to elegant black polished pebbles. Vary the height and sizes of the beach pebbles and plants, placing them from largest to smallest when installing the in-ground rows.

Boulder & Slab Gardens

The boulder stone layout is an excellent choice if you have a wide path up to your doorway or space near the driveway. You can place oversized decorative rocks between a variety of plants. These are more common around the driveway and offer visual appeal for neighbors and visitors to take in.

Placing a blend of salvia, sedum, and thyme around your oversized stones is perfect for a more informal look. Based on the space, you can add smaller boulder and slab options. The objective of this layout is to create an inviting entrance to the property

Gravel Layout

Many gardeners choose this option to spruce up their yards without a lot of hassle or expense. You need to plant a small garden by choosing the style of stones or beach pebbles you want to add and spread them in a large squared-off space near a fence, a window, or the sidewalk. Make sure to monitor the decorative rocks to prevent them from rolling into other areas of the yard or into the street. 

Decorative rock gardens can be a fantastic way to add beauty, texture, and a natural look to any landscape. If you need advice on designing a decorative rock garden of your own, call on the experts at RS&P Rock Stones & Pebbles, your premier choice when you’re looking for a supplier of landscape rock, Mexican beach pebbles, and stones to create the perfect look in your yard. We specialize in drought-tolerant landscaping materials, including a variety of colored beach pebbles and river rock. To learn how we can help you enhance the exterior of your home, call us today.

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