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Black Mexican Beach Pebbles - Landscaping
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There are many reasons to consider a landscape redesign for your exterior spaces. As for when you should redo your landscaping, there’s no exact timeline. It really depends on what’s going on at the moment with your exterior elements and your personal preferences. That being said, we offer some recommendations below for when to consider a landscaping update.

When You Move into an Older Home

Older homes have a lot of charm, but they can also have various landscape features that no longer make sense. For instance, boxwoods that were charming and attractive back in the 1920s may be way too tall and unsightly now. An older home that hasn’t had a landscape update in a while may also have spots you can repurpose or dress up, which can be done with:

• Decorative stones to create borders
• New strategically placed plants and trees
• The rearrangement of existing elements you want to keep
• Stones and decorative rocks in certain areas that are difficult to maintain
• Hardscaping and living elements that put a spotlight on areas you want to accentuate

When Your Exterior Spaces Look Outdated

Even if you generally maintain your landscape fairly well, there are times when plants, stones, and other features start to look clearly dated. Even if the various parts of your landscape aren’t necessarily out of date, the layout and design can appear too old-fashioned for your personal taste. This is more likely to be an issue if you’ve already remodeled and updated your home, especially on the outside. Landscaping stones such as black polished pebbles complement almost every type of design, from traditional to modern, so consider this option for a long-lasting classic touch.

When Things Are Looking a Bit Too Random

Over time, your landscape can develop into a mix of various living and hardscape features with things like decorative stones, beach pebbles, flowers, trees, bushes, and shrubs. While it’s good to mix and match elements throughout your exterior space, it can appear more chaotic and haphazard if multiple homeowners have thrown in their own touches here and there.

When Nature Has Taken a Toll on Your Exteriors

A landscape redo is also worth considering if you’re seeing clear signs nature has caused some unpleasant and unsightly changes throughout your exterior areas. The main ones that suggest it’s time for a landscape makeover include:

• Wildly overgrown areas
• Older stones and decorative rocks buried deep in the soil
• Damage from soil erosion due to poor drainage

Incidentally, landscaping stones and decorative rocks can be used to minimize issues with soil shifting and sliding. You may prefer this option on hills or in places where rainwater tends to collect.

When You Just Want to Start Over

You’re also welcome to redo your landscaping if you just want to have a fresh start with your exteriors. Regardless of what motivates you to move forward with your landscape update plans, make the process as orderly and beneficial as possible by:

• Using convenient software to toy around with ideas
• Getting some input from a landscape professional
• Determining what kind of living elements you want included in your landscape
• Looking at your options with landscaping stones such as Mexican gray river rock or white pebbles to determine what could work for you 

No matter what size or type of landscaping project you’re planning, you can enhance its character and beauty with a variety of decorative stones. For advice on designing your landscape with decorative rocks and beach pebbles, reach out to the experts at RS&P Rocks Stones & Pebbles, a premier landscape rock and supply superstore. We specialize in drought-tolerant landscaping materials, including a variety of Mexican beach pebble and river rocks. To learn how we can help you enhance the look of your landscape, call us today at (866) 380-0580.

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