Pebbles, garden stones, Coral Pink 1-2 cm (1000 kg)
PEBBLES, GARDEN STONES, CORAL PINK 1-2 cm ( 1,000 Kg).
Pebbles in marble, Rosa Corallo 1-2 cm, for garden decoration.
The pebbles are supplied in big bags or 1,000 kg wooden baskets (the type of packaging is chosen by the customer and must be specifically requested).
To get an idea of how many quintals of pebbles are needed to completely cover the surface that you have decided to mulch, you can refer to the following indicative table:
? grain size 1-2 cm: 70 kg / m2;
? 3-5 cm particle size: 80 kg / m2;
? grain size 4-6 cm: 110 kg / m2;
? grain size 6-8 cm: 130 kg / m2;
? grain size 8-10 cm: 150 kg / m2;
? grain size 10-15 cm: 200 kg / m2;
? grain size 10-20 cm: 200 kg / m2;
? grain size 15-30 cm: 450 kg / m2.
NB: AVAILABILITY OF THE MATERIAL
The material subject to availability is usually picked up in the quarry and sent to the customer in order to always have a clean product and in excellent condition. We therefore ask our customers to check their availability and delivery times by contacting Geosism & Nature.
The following measures are also available, if you are interested please contact us to check the price:
CORAL PINK 1-2 cm;
CORAL PINK 2-4 cm;
CORAL PINK 4-6 cm;
CORAL PINK 6-10 cm.
NB: NEWS ON THE COST OF THE PRODUCT
Whenever possible we ship the product directly from the quarry to the end customer, therefore it is possible to obtain a significant reduction in the cost of the material depending on the destination. We kindly ask our customers to contact Geosism & Nature to check the final cost of the pebbles before making the purchase.
Geosism & Nature sas certifies that the rock sold in this listing is totally natural and has not undergone any type of chemical treatment that could in any way pollute the soil or the crops with which it is put in contact. For the same reasons, Geosism & Nature sas is not responsible for any changes in color of the stone due to the climatic conditions of the place (rainfall, humidity, snow and / or frost) or to any fertilizations or irrigations made with particularly aggressive water or which they present elements in solution that can, in some way, alter the chemistry - and therefore the coloring - of the rock itself (e.g. carbonates in general, salts, iron, manganese, molybdenum, heavy metals in general, etc ...). Remember that all the stones that do not undergo chemical treatments, can absorb water and with it the previously mentioned elements.