A home’s landscape creates its first impression. As a landscaper, you have the option of using stones, rocks, and pebbles for your landscaping project. For different reasons, each of these materials is well suited to enhance the visual texture of a home or building.
Stones, rocks, and pebbles may be used together or separately in landscaping. Their natural appearance makes them merge seamlessly with other natural topographic elements.
One eye-catching quality of pebbles is that they come in many colors. Because of the variety of colors and their smooth visual texture, pebbles make captivating, magical landscapes.
They’re also a great way to give your project an “expensive” appearance. Their luxurious look makes them perfect companions for water features. You can use black or gleaming white pebbles if you want to add a modern and stylish look to your landscape.
Whether you have an uneven backyard or an eroding pathway, pebbles will add beautiful coverage and create evenness in these areas. Their soft texture makes smooth stepping stones for walkways or paths, and they can protect the soil from erosion.
You can also use pebbles to decorate and cover otherwise unattractive drains. Pebbles are well suited for both strip and spillover drains to add texture and aesthetic appeal without altering drainage and water flow.
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