Beach Stone 2" & 6"

This stone is commonly used for landscaping features in areas where grass is hard to grow or too steep to mow. It is multi-coloured with round edges.

Best For:

  • Landscape features
  • Weed suppression
  • Garden borders
  • Walkway borders
  • Drainage areas
  • Also known as beach stone, beach rock, river stone, river rock, screened rock, pit rock


What is decorative garden stone?

Decorative garden stone refers to various types of natural stone, such as river rocks, pebbles, or crushed stone, that are used for aesthetic purposes in gardens and landscaping. These stones come in a range of colors, sizes, and textures to enhance the visual appeal of outdoor spaces.

What are the benefits of using decorative garden stone?

- Adds visual interest and texture to gardens and landscapes

- Can be used to create pathways, borders, or decorative accents

- Helps retain moisture in soil and suppress weed growth

- Provides a durable, low-maintenance ground cover option

- Available in a variety of natural colors to complement plantings

How do I choose the right decorative garden stone?

Consider the overall style and design of your garden when selecting decorative stones. Choose colors, sizes, and textures that complement the plants, hardscaping, and architectural features. Also think about the practical application, maybe a copaction gravel for walkways may be better and smaller pebbles for ground cover.

How do I install decorative garden stone?

Prepare the area by clearing any vegetation and leveling the ground. Lay down a landscape fabric or gravel base to help prevent weed growth. Spread the decorative stones evenly over the desired area, using your hands or a rake to distribute them. For pathways or borders, contain the stones with edging materials like bricks or landscape timbers.

How do I maintain decorative garden stone?

Decorative garden stone requires minimal maintenance. Occasionally remove any weeds or debris that may accumulate. You can also top up the stones if they become sparse over time. Avoid using harsh chemicals or power washers, as these can damage the natural stone.