Do you want to make your garden beautiful for the warm season, you are at the right spot! Here we are going to show you the most inspiring ideas with pebbles!
Let’s take a look at 28 Stunning Pebble Landscapes To Make Your Yard A Perfect Spot.
To give the flower bed a contrast to stand out, create a bed from white small pebbles.
Cover the entire soil with pebbles to limit the weeds’ growth and to ensure a contrasting background.
You can mimic the natural curls of a creek with lining or a pond bed. Cover with white pebbles the “creek.”
To create a contrast, cover the adjacent soil with grey gravel.
You can create a dry stream without flowers. Use two colors of pebbles to define the creek from the adjacent ground.
White small pebbles are great for a garden bed а beautifully curved shape and a point of interest.
If you have oriental grass, shrubs or trees, you can use the pebbles to emphasize them.
Surround them with one color of pebbles and then outline their bed with another color of gravel.
The kidney-shaped garden beds create an interesting landscape touch when made from two colors of pebbles.
Use one of the colors to mimic a creek and the other one to fill the kidney-shaped bed.
If you don’t have a large garden but want to enjoy nature’s beauty closer to your home, you can make a small garden bed on the patio.
Place pots with varieties of plants you like and cover them with pebbles that will hide the containers.
This garden corner is dedicated to a dry river made of three types of rocks.
The basis is brown gravel which set a neutral but contrasting background for the dry river. It is shaped with white small pebbles standing within the limits of large stones.
Mulch and pebbles look amazingly together. There are many garden bed ideas with this combination.
Usually, the pebbles are used to contrast the planted area and give the bed an exciting shape.
This garden bed uses three elements to look so elegant and impactful.
These are river rocks, white pebbles and brown gravel. Each of them fills a dedicated section of the garden bed.
Pebbles are great if you are looking for affordable material for an Asian-inspired garden.
If you can’t afford to maintain a big flower garden, you can create a small one that will make a lovely visual interest in the front yard of your home.
If you want to make a beautiful garden between the walkways of your yard, you can combine evergreen shrubs with pebbles and gravel.
Use the colors of the stones to create aesthetic shapes.
Small pebbles look great in combination with succulents.
You can make a small garden in a flower pot. Covering the soil with pebbles will ensure good drainage and lovely contrast for the green succulents.
Make the exterior of your home appealing for all passers-by with a garden edge that is so easy to maintain!
Planting it with flowers will require regular weeding, but if you cover the soil with pebbles and gravel, you will limit their growth! Use various colors to create beautiful shapes that will improve the garden’s interest.
Pebbles are very popular in landscaping designs.
This is a small garden bed idea with bromeliads and pebbles and gravel. The corner fountain makes the overall look very relaxing and exotic.
Flexible garden edging is great for DIY landscape ideas like the one here. A small part of the lawn is transformed into a whimsy flower garden.
Pebbles cover the beds of the evergreens while the soil where flowers are planted remains uncovered.
This is another way to create a pattern for the garden bed. Use short logs, pavers, river rocks or another material to outline the garden bed shape.
Lay a lining on the ground and then fill it with pebbles.
Pavers coordinate well with white pebbles and you can use them to create a focal point in your landscape.
The handmade work perfectly aligns the pebbles along the paver edge.
This is a very easy DIY garden landscape idea that will make the front yard appealing and welcoming.
A small area of the yard is transformed into a garden bed. Half of it is covered with mulch, the other with small white pebbles. Both are curved to mimic the shape of a creek.
Pebbles are helpful for gardens where drought-resistant plants live. Succulents and ornamental grass are planted on two levels created with box-shaped planters.
The planters stay tightly to the walls to add an aesthetic natural touch to the exterior.
This is a great idea to add a garden next to the fence! It requires minimum maintenance and looks gorgeous.
Prepare identical flower pots and flowers, some white pebbles and pavers for its border.
Your lawn will look maintained and as if taken from a landscape magazine if you transform it into a pebble garden.
Choose succulent varieties that will feel well in the pebble environment and two or three colors of pebbles to create a unique surface pattern.
Pebbles can create a border between the yard and the fence. Usually, this is an edging of soil. To limit the growth of weeds, cover the soil with pebbles.
The contour of this house is emphasized with a stylish rock garden. The shape is perfectly straight, repeating the exterior line of the walls.
The tones are grey to maintain the modern monochrome look.
This idea uses pebbles to create a border between the draught-tolerant garden and the walkway.
Their grey color coordinates with the walkway’s stone tiles to create a modern landscape feature.
The edging garden here features a surface covered with tiny white pebbles. They stop the growth of weeds and grass and set a perfectly maintained backdrop for beautiful flower pots.
In this idea, decorative pebbles are used to cover the ground for a walkway built from concrete slabs.
The natural look of the pebbles creates a good contrast for the slats’ alignment pattern to stand out.