Decorative Stones

Decorative stones allows one to unite pots, pavers and plants together. A wide variety of colour options exist to help meet your specific need. It is very important to install a weed block to prevent unwanted weeds and grass spoiling your landscape.


Stone is a preferred option for low-maintenance, long-lasting landscapes. Use stone to spruce your garden by creating stone paths, Japanese-inspired gardens, and river rock landscapes. Whether it’s a manicured front lawn, stone-paved pathway or intricate landscape design, Stone landscapes benefit from the same attention to detail that the interior of your home does.

Stone can also help creating a garden which is situated in dryer areas. Replace a boring lawn with golden gravel dotted with an ornamental grass like deer grass (Muhlenbergia rigens), then add a few accent plants like blue-leaved Weber agave–all of which can withstand a low-water climate.

Gravel’s earthy texture, its give underfoot, and its crunchy sound are the reasons why this oldest of hardscapes will always be perceived as the softest of paving materials. This gravel entry is a clean casual foil for plant textures and colors. Japanese silver grass billows over the basalt wall at right beside climbing hydrangea. ‘Maori Sunrise’ New Zealand flax in a container punctuates the small pond in the middle while ‘Palace Purple’ heuchera mugho pine and gunnera fill a bed near the house. Cotoneaster spills onto gravel.

Additional information

Stone Sizes

17mm, 50mm


Grey, White