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Peaches & Cream Gravel 20mm

20mm crushed gravel that is peach, pink & cream in colour and can be used for paths, driveways or gardens.
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Description

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20mm Peaches & Cream gravel is a very versatile product as it can be used for any deorative purposes.  It is peach, pink & cream in colour, so contrasts well with lighter coloured pavers or bricks as well as pots.

 

What are it's uses?

 

20mm Peaches & Cream ravel can be used for many landscaping jobs around the home, such as:  garden beds, driveways, in the tops of pots, paths, even fish tanks.  You are really only limited by your imagination!

 

How do I calculate how much I need?

 

Measure the area you need to cover with 20mm Peaches & Cream gravel.  Say for example, you are going to top a garden bed with the gravel and the bed is 10m long by 1.5m wide by 50mm deep.  The calculation would be:

Formula:  Length (m) x Width (m) x Depth (m) = m3

10 x 1.5 x 0.05 = 0.75

That means that you require 0.75m3 of 20mm Fruit Salad gravel for this garden bed.

Click here to Calculate Volume

 

Anything else to consider?

One thing we would suggest is to put weedmat underneath your stones or gravel, especially if you are using them for a path.  As well as preventing unwanted grass or weeds form growing into your stones or gravel, it provides a barrier between the gravel and the soil beneath.  Withour the application of weedmat, over time, the stones are pressed into the soil beneath, making the path muddy and unattractive.  This would then require all of the stones to be relaid.

 

We suggest weedmat and not plastic as a barrier,  as weedmat allows water to penetrate to the ground below.

 

We would also recommend that you edge the area containing the stones or gravel.  Depending on the situation, this will prevent soil or grass contaminating your newly beautified area.