Decorative Pebbles Sunshine Coast
Pebbles are a perfect addition to any garden or outdoor area. As a timeless design feature, they add both visual and textual elements to your surrounds. With a variety of shapes, sizes, colours and uses, they are one of the most versatile landscaping materials available.
Decorative, Garden & River Pebbles
At Maroochy Sand & Gravel, we have all the decorative, garden and river pebbles required for your next landscaping project (big or small). We take pride in our extensive range and quality of our trusted products. Our trusted products, friendliness and extensive product knowledge is hard to beat!
As a family owned and operated landscaping supply business that relies greatly on reputation and word of mouth so we guarantee we will go that extra step to make your experience with us a memorable one, including helping you pack products into your vehicle or deliver where necessary.
What Are River Pebbles?
River pebbles are generally larger, naturally smooth pebbles that come in earthy tones ranging from browns, yellows and tans to blues, greys and whites. As an incredibly versatile type of stone, river pebbles are used in landscaping for a number of different applications.
These include creating a natural riverbed or water feature, a garden pathway, or in and around your garden bed as an effective drainage solution. Large river pebbles can also be mixed in with smaller pebbles and stones to create a more natural look. At Maroochy Sand & Gravel we stock river pebbles sizing from 20mm to 75mm as well as larger river stones.
How Do I Choose The Right Landscaping Pebbles For My Garden?
When deciding on the ideal pebble for your landscaping project, it’s important to keep a few things in mind as different types of landscaping pebbles are better suited to different purposes. For example, smaller decorative pebbles and gravel are ideal for areas like driveways and parking bays, as the smaller angular stones lock together better under heavy weight. In contrast, the larger and rounder river pebbles are best suited for pathways as they are easier to walk on.
Colour is also an important consideration. For example, white garden pebbles are often used to provide a striking contrast to existing landscape or garden features. White pebbles are especially popular in contemporary garden design and for covering the tops of pots and planters.