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  • Pea Gravel Landscaping: Do's and Don'ts

    This will help to discourage the growth of weeds and plants that could otherwise destroy the beauty of the pea gravel and displace it. Get Creative with Your Pea Gravel Landscaping. When it comes to pea gravel landscaping the sky really is the limit especially at schools and building complexes.

  • Aquarium Plants - What Is Best: Real or Artificial?

    Live plants were the norm back in the days when I set up my first aquarium. We've come a long way since then. The fish keeper of today can opt for very attractive plastic and silk plants that come close to passing for the real thing. So what is the best choice for aquarium plants, real or artificial? Even the most experienced fish keepers don't ...

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    Shop edging in the pavers & retaining walls section of Lowes. Find quality edging online or in store.

  • Plastic Plant Anchor Base - a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Project ...

    Most Plastic Aquarium Plants have an anchor base that is designed to be pushed down about 1" into the gravel to anchor the plastic plant in the gravel, and this will not work well in an aquarium with only 1/4" of gravel, but Raul has a do-it-yourself project to fix this problem.

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    Black plastic landscaping fabrics come in many guises, but those that are at least 4 feet wide and at least 1-1.5 millimeters thick are the most commonly used. Bear in mind that if you plan to use the plastic for several years or bury it under mulch, gravel, or a layer of soil, thicker plastic will last longer.

  • Live plants in normal gravel? - Aquarium Forum

    Dec 08, 2011 · Just bury them under at least an inch of gravel, and they'll fertilize your plants for 1-2 months. Some plants might need extra ferts, or a different kind (liquid) but for the most part, take care of ferts and lighting, and plants are a breeze to grow. Most plants will grow in gravel.

  • How to grow a garden in gravel | WTOP

    Aug 14, 2018 · Step 1: Set up your garden You can set up a gravel garden using a clear plastic cup or any recycled soda bottle or milk carton you have around the house. (Just make sure to cut a taller plastic ...

  • Hardscaping 101: Pea Gravel - Gardenista

    Dec 30, 2016 · Pea gravel comes in sizes from 1/8 inch to 3/8 inch, about the size of a pea, and in a range of natural colors like buff, rust brown, shades of gray, white, and translucent. Above: This geometric garden in a Brooklyn backyard, designed by Susan Welti of Foras Studio, features bluestone pavers and pea gravel. What are the best uses for pea gravel?