We have a wide selection of decorative rock. They are a natural rock that has multiple uses in and around your home. Decorative rock can be used for mulch, ground cover, driveways and filler around pools, patios as well as for DIY crafts and decor. The rocks you choose will help set the tone for the rest of your garden.
You can use boulders as an accent in a landscape, to capture the eye and create a beautiful landscape.
Alberta Rainbow Rock / Badlands
Rainbow rocks are a beautiful blend of natural colours with soft red, pinks and purple.
Manufactured Fines / Sand
Manufactured fines is a finely crushed rock that is a sand type consistency that is great for under brick pavers and works great for aerating lawns. Our sand is perfect for filling in the sandbox too!
Grey / Blue Limestone
A decorative border separating the lawn from the garden is a practical solution to prevent the plants from spreading into adjoining areas.
River rocks are one of the most common varieties of rock mulches and very popular, as you can use them for a wide variety of projects.
Pea gravel has a smooth finish which is why it is regularly used for walkways, dog runs, playgrounds, patios, and a variety of other high-traffic areas. Like crushed stone, pea gravel can also be used for underground projects, such as drainage and pipe bedding. It’s also a good choice when you are looking for fence post installation aggregate.
Mulch and Bark Chips
Mulch and bark chips are ideal for filling in flower beds and beside walkways as an added decorative ground cover.
Screened Top Soil
Topsoil is ideal for filling in low spots in lawns or along walks and patios. Adding a few inches of topsoil gives lawn grass a better chance than subsoil or clay. Topsoil is made up of sand, silt, and clay in various proportions. When combined together in just-right proportions — 60 percent sand, 15 percent clay, and 25 percent silt — all those elements equal the best garden soil mix and an ideal growing environment for plants.
Fractured / Crushed Gravel
Used in everything from construction projects to residential landscaping, gravel finds its way into a variety of projects. Crushed stone is a popular aggregate, typically made from limestone or granite. Larger rocks are broken down into smaller pieces, generally around 3/4 of an inch in size. Because of the stone it is sourced from, this gravel is usually only seen in different shades of white and gray. As a result, it is often incorporated into residential and commercial landscaping to provide contrast with more colorful features.
Quarry process gravel contains a mix of stone dust and crushed stone. The stone’s jagged edges are filled by the dust, creating a mixture that is quite stable after it has been compacted. With its darker gray color, quarry process gravel most closely resembles a typical asphalt driveway, and as a result is often used for this purpose.
Our wonderful customers have found the best ways to use our products in very unique and beautiful ways. Endless possibilities to every product you might find in our yard.