We have the most complete bulk-product profile of any garden center in Hampton Roads. From bulk topsoil to dried mulches to compost, to specializes gravels, we have just about anything you will need for your landscape.

Bulk Gravel and Sand

 

Crush & Run

Crush and run gravel, also known as crusher run, is a type of gravel that is commonly used in places where motor vehicles are often driven or parked. It is widely used for constructing driveways because the gravel, which is a mixture of stone powder and small crushed stone, retains the strength of the top layer of the driveway when compacted by traffic. It is durable and flexible.

Stone Dust Crushed

Stone Dust is a pulverized version of crush & Runl used to create a level base for masonry products such as brick pavers, flagstone, brick, retaining walls, walkways and driveways.

Course Concrete Sand

is an aggregate sand usually composed of either limestone or granite. It is crushed at the quarry and then washed through a screen to ensure that there are no large pieces of rocks left. It is frequently used as pipe sand or as a base layer and leveling medium for above ground pools, and patios or walkways made of concrete paving stones.

57 Brown Gravel and 57 Gray Stone

are often used for similar purposes. The brown stone is from smooth river pebbles. Gray stone is often crushed granite. The size of both is mixed, generally 1/2 inch and 1 inch stones. Both are favorites for driveways and parking lots, and is also often used in landscaping. The recommended coverage for driveways is generally 2 inches deep.

Chalet River Rock 1”, 1”-3”. and 3”–5”

Chalet river rocks are generally a mixture of brown and gray river rocks ranging from 1 to 2 inches across. They have a very wide variety of landscape uses from decorative to functional.

Mini Goose Eggs 1.5”and Goose Eggs 2”-4”

Goose egg stones are type of river rock. The common name is derived from having a coloration and size that are similar to goose or eggs.

The stones are available in various shades of white and tan. They are most often irregularly shaped. Because the stones are irregularly shaped, they draw deal of visual interest. They are excellent for enhancing the decor of a residential or commercial landscape, indoors our out. The most common size range is 1.5″ to 4″.

Brown or Gray Pea Gravel 

This tiny gravel comes by its name honestly – names after the vegetable of the same name. It is very small, and h as a very appealing smooth texture. Pea gravel is often used for paths, patios, driveways, and playgrounds. Pea gravel is often overlooked as mulch material for containers or garden plants. It suppresses weed growth, retains moisture, and doesn’t decompose like organic products.

Seminole Chips 

These reddish-brown stones are used decoratively and in a similar manner to Crush & Run or 57 gravel and rock (described above). Great for driveways, parking lots, and provide flexibility in many areas.

Williamsburg White Gravel