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Benefits of using decorative aggregates in your garden

By Cathryn Robson on 04/11/13 in: Decorative Aggregates

So many different decorative aggregates exist that you're sure to be able to find one that's right for you, whether you're interested in slate chippings, granite or a whole host of other options. Not only can these aggregates look great, but they also have a range of other benefits.

Saving Time
Gardens with decorative aggregates tend to require much less maintenance than other gardens. No longer will you have to spend your weekends digging flower beds or mowing the lawn. It will save you a great deal of time and effort. Your free time is extremely valuable, and now you can spend more of it enjoying your garden rather than working in it.

Saving Money
Although it might seem a large amount of money to spend on one project, decorative aggregates are actually a lot cheaper than many other landscaping projects. What's more, you'll save yourself money in the long run as you won't have to pay for any upkeep of your garden or spend money on plant foods, fertilizers or other such items.

Flexibility
Decorative aggregate can be used in a lot of different ways and is extremely flexible. Use bark chippings to create a little adventure playground for your kids or grandkids in the back garden, or make a path or driveway with some pebbles or gravel. Use them to line a pond or fill a flower pot. The options are seemingly endless.

Do It Yourself
If you're someone who likes to get their hands dirty and get involved in DIY projects, then decorative aggregates might be just the thing for you. The nature of these products means you can do most or all of the work of putting them down by yourself. You can have it delivered straight to your garden and lay it out yourself with no more than a spade and a good deal of elbow grease.

We have an extensive range of decorative aggregates for you to peruse, including slate chippings and bark chippings. Take a look around the site to view the full range of products.

If you need information on how these products could improve your outdoor space, contact the team who will be happy to help you out.