Scottish Pebbles is a medium-sized aggregate that you can use to establish boundaries, rockeries and planting areas. It is a mix of creams, browns, pinks and greys, with the grey stones turning almost black when wet. Because it’s a larger gravel, it sits well and isn’t easily disturbed, making it a good choice for bedding areas.
We offer Scottish Pebbles in 20-40mm and 80-100mm sizes. The 20-40mm product is best for bedding areas, planting areas and general use around the garden. The 80-100mm product is the best choice for rockeries, borders and gabion baskets. You can also pair the stones to create a spread with fantastic depth and character.
Scottish Pebbles are so-named because they are from Scotland. They are a stylish mix of creams, browns, pinks and greys. Depending on the mix, the dominant colour can be grey or cream, and the colour changes when wet. Wet stones are darker, while dry stones are much lighter, creating a spread that’s as dynamic as the weather.
We consider this a natural aggregate because it fits in with nature. The natural colours work beautifully along hedgerows, around trees and in planting areas. Our customers often combine both stone sizes to enhance water features. You can also use the smaller gravel to create pathways and runners along walkways.
Overall, Scottish Pebbles is a natural aggregate that looks beautiful and gives you the choice of two pebbles sizes. We sell the product as a 800-850kg bag to maximise value.