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Landscaping Stones - River Rocks
Category Landscape Rock
In any landscaping project, it’s often a good idea to order slightly more materials than you think you’ll need. However, what do you do if you end up not actually using all of your supplies for your current project? There are actually several great ways to use extra landscaping rocks without wasting them. Whether your decorative rocks are small black polished pebbles or chunky boulders, there are plenty of uses for decorative rocks.

Add Extra Features to Your Landscape

One of the first things you can do is take a look at your landscape and see if there’s another use for those decorative rocks after all. You could potentially create an extra pathway from your shed to your sidewalk or make the river rocks into a decorative flower bed border. With larger river rocks, you can even build decorative features. Some fun options include making a fire pit or creating a decorative rock waterfall with snow white pebbles near a water feature. 

Use Your Rocks as Home Décor

Most people think of landscaping rocks as exterior décor, but they also work well indoors. Smaller beach pebbles and decorative rocks can be great filler material for flower vases and ornamental bowls. If you have moisture-loving houseplants, setting the pots on a flat tray filled with water-soaked river rocks can regulate the humidity around the plants. If your landscaping rocks are larger pieces, you can also use a few to hold up books on your bookshelf or arrange the river rocks as decorative accents.

Prevent Erosion in Your Yard

Landscaping rocks look beautiful, but they’re also functional. A stack of river rocks in the right spot can prevent erosion from wearing away your yard. Take a look at your yard after a hard rain for areas that are starting to look washed out. Putting decorative rocks in these spots can keep flowing water from removing more of your soil. You can also use landscaping rocks to build up low areas in your yard so water is less likely to pool around certain spots.

Give Your Extra Rocks to Someone Else

Landscaping rocks are in demand. If you look on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, and other online selling markets, you’ll notice many posts about landscaping rocks. As long as you have a lot of decorative rocks in good condition, you can resell them and make back some of your money. If you’re not interested in extra funds, consider advertising them as a free product instead. There are plenty of people who are happy to haul away your unused decorative rocks so they can use them for other projects. For areas without very active online communities, try calling some local organizations. Often, you can find someone who will accept decorative rock donations and come pick up your unused river rocks.

No matter what kind of landscaping project you’re planning, decorative rocks, stones, and beach pebbles can give it additional depth, character, and beauty. Whether you’re looking for the finest Mexican beach pebble or gorgeous white pebble rock, landscaping with decorative rocks can be much easier when you reach out to the experts at RS&P Rock Stones & Pebbles, a premier landscape rock and supply superstore. To learn how we can help you create the landscape of your dreams, call us today at (866) 380-0580.

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