Bryn Barlow
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How could anyone not love this. Now, I'm not saying it would work in New Mexico. LOL, but if you have a stone home in Pennsylvania, say. And have a shed set a bit back off your back door, you could totally rock this look for a manicured English garden.

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The hexagon cells that make up each COREgravel panel form a rigid honeycomb design that holds gravel in place and supports load distribution. The underside is a geotextile allowing water to drain easily and prevents weed growth. Interlocking system edges support assembly.

The hexagon cells that make up each COREgravel panel form a rigid honeycomb design that holds gravel in place and supports load distribution. The underside is a geotextile allowing water to drain easily and prevents weed growth. Interlocking system edges support assembly.

Make it Wonderful with Water Use a fountain to soften the noise of a busy street or to create a pleasant background sound. It's easy to add a water feature to your deck. Tuck small fountains in corners where they'll be out of the way or use a bigger, bolder piece as a dramatic focal point.

Make it Wonderful with Water Use a fountain to soften the noise of a busy street or to create a pleasant background sound. It's easy to add a water feature to your deck. Tuck small fountains in corners where they'll be out of the way or use a bigger, bolder piece as a dramatic focal point.