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Golden Flint Gravel

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Golden Flint Garden Gravel 20mm is a hard gravel and has a traditional flint appearance with mix shades of golden yellow, whites and browns. The 20 mm typically includes gravel sizes between 14 and 20mm.

The actual size varies between 14mm and 20mm.

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Golden Flint Gravel 20mm is a hard gravel and has a traditional flint appearance with mix shades of golden yellow, whites and browns. The 20 mm typically includes gravel sizes between 14 and 20mm.

  • The actual size varies between 14mm and 20mm.
  • Sold in Bulk Bags and handy pre-packs
Coverage
  • Handy Bag - You will need approximately 2 handy pre-packs to cover 1 sqm when spread out to a depth of 25mm, or 4 handy pre-packs to cover 1 sqm at a spread depth of 50mm.
  • Bulk Bag - A bulk bag will cover approximately 22 sqm when spread out to a depth of 25mm. If you are looking for a good spread depth, then it is usual to go up to a depth of 50mm, in which case the coverage will be approximately 11 sqm.
Design Ideas

Stepping stone pathway- why not try setting our Japanese stepping stones or the Traditional stepping stones within the Golden gravel 20mm to add interest to your path or border.

Border edging- use the rustic brick paviors to run as an edge to your driveway or path, perfect for keeping gravel off your borders. Or run a line of Sandstone setts to provide a versatile border edging

Garden circle- set our Concrete circle within the Golden gravel and create a feature for your front garden.

Weight (KG) 20.00 kgs
Suitability Patio, Path, Driveway
Indoor, Outdoor Outdoor

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