This is really an update on what is definitely a favourite product in the yard. You may have noticed that the White Tumbled decorative pebble has become pretty thin on the ground on the Sunny Coast.
In fact, it is now so scarce that we are only one of two local suppliers of this beautiful product. Fortunately, we have been able to secure a terrific, reliable supplier, but the pebble is coming from a far greater distance and this is reflected in an increase in price to $495m3.
Please rest assured this is only temporary. For this reason, the product will be available to both retail and trade customers for the same price.
Despite this, White Tumbled pebble remains a very firm favourite because of it’s decorative and practical properties. It works beautifully with modern landscaping and architecture, as well as tropical styling.
The larger size means that it is not easily scattered by pets or kids and you won’t have to top it up every year. Practically, this pebble makes a very good mulch because it is clean and is less likely to attract vermin.
As always, when choosing pebble as a mulch, be very careful about what you plant around it, as it gets very hot in the full sun. The Tumbled White pebble is excellent
for pathways because of it’s size and because it is much easier on bare feet than a smaller pebble or gravel.
It makes a real statement as an edging product and the dramatic, clean colour makes a beautiful contrast to foliage or even other coloured
pebbles, timber decking or pavers.
It seems that it is impossible to escape the daily drama unfolding around the coronavirus. Everyone is talking about it, and it is something we all must play our part in preventing the spread of, as much as we can. We have decided to look at the situation in a different, more positive way.
Water runoff is rain that does not soak into the ground where it falls. It is most concerning if the water is pooling around the foundations of your buildings, as it can cause serious structural damage over time. There are a few simple things you can do to reduce water runoff on your property, using mulch, pavers and gravel.
Don't let the rain put you off tidying up your garden. In fact, rainy weather is the best weather in which to weed and mulch. This is a little case study of a customer's weekend gardening project, and shows how much you can achieve in a day with the right products.