Gravel and aggregates are the best way to transform any garden, drive, path or pond. By adding aggregates or gravels to complement your existing planting and landscaping. It must be the easiest way of adding value to your property. Gardeners can also use these aggregates and gravels as mulches. Used on top of soil they can aid moisture retention in the summer and provide insulation from temperature fluctuation.
The natural beauty of using shingle is that it’s perfect to use as a mulch, on driveways, paths, water features, seating and patio areas and is supplied in a bulk bag, a pod (equivalent to half a bulk bag) or maxi bags (approx.20kg) and will enhance any garden large or small and it looks great next to rusty slate paving, Indian sandstone paving, decking, sleepers with the fact that it is naturally formed provides the perfect finish.
Ideally it should be laid on a weed suppressant material that is pegged down using mulch mat pegs to a depth of approximately 50mm, the deeper the better if being used as a mulch for frost purposes or for water retention on the garden or raised vegetable beds.