River Rock

  • All but 1/2″ varieties are excellent for use in areas where drainage is an issue because it is large in size it won’t part away from where the water washes through.
  • Looks best in landscape beds with large trees & plants accents the scale of the landscaping.

River rock is primarily used for stepping stones, waterfalls, and edging. They come in a variety of sizes and hues.

 


We can sell you a full 5-gallon bucket of any of our River Rock for $9.25/ per full bucket.  You bring your 5-gallon bucket, and we have the rock!

 

 

River Rock Varieties

  • 1/2″ Brown River Rock

    1/2″ river rock, in a light to medium brown color. These stones decorated streams and rivers for centuries until they transformed into the smooth, round pieces we see today. They are a beautiful and practical choice for your landscape.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

  • 2″ Brown River Rock

    2″ river rock, in a light to medium brown color makes a nice compliment to your landscape. River rock can also be used for landscape decoration. Most people prefer the look of this 2″ rock.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

  • 2″ White River Rock

    2″ white river rock, most commonly used in landscape beds. The stones come in a range of very light to some brown shades.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

  • 2″ Peach River Rock

    2″ peach river rock, a popular choice for landscape beds. These rocks come in a range of exciting, warm hues and sheen.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

  • 1 1/4″ Brown River Rock

    1- 1/4″ river rock in a light to medium brown color. This natural river rock is commonly used as a ground cover or decorative accent as a dry riverbed.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill 

  • 1 1/4″ White River Rock

    1- 1/4″ river rock comes in extra light tan with some medium brown hues. The small stones make a lively, intriguing textured addition to landscapes.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill 

  • 2-4″ Big Brown River Rock

    2 – 4″ river rock, most commonly used in commercial landscape beds. The individual stones are a variation of colors from white to brown; however, tan is the dominant hue.
    These large stones, ranging from egg to softball in size and collected in assorted shapes, create an interesting, bold texture to accent trees and shrubs.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill

  • River Rock (Larry’s Blend)

    1- 1/2” and smaller river rock, we call it Larry’s blend because it has unique coloring, especially when it’s wet!  The stones are a variation of colors.  The brown is predominantly brown but has some white in it and the white is predominately white but has a special luster that you won’t find in any other type of river rock.  This is a Rock Solid Exclusive!

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

  • 3/4″ Brown River Rock

    3/4″ river rock, in a light to medium brown color. These stones decorated streams and rivers for centuries until they transformed into the smooth, round pieces we see today. They are a beautiful and practical choice for your landscape as they retain moisture and control soil erosion well.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

  • 3/4″ White River Rock

    3/4″ river rock is our most popular size river rock. These small, smooth stones are commonly used in landscaping and come in shades of white and brown.

    Color variation guide: “brown” is predominately brown with some white stones, and “white” means predominately white with some brown in it.

    Available at the following Locations: NPR / Spring Hill / Odessa

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