Our wholesale landscape rocks can be used for residential or commercial hardscape and landscape projects. The landscaping rocks can be as big as 72. Landscape driftwood rocks are good for flower beds and flagstone slates are commonly used in walkways and patios. Both landscaping driftwood rocks and flagstone slates can also be used for wall facings.
Our Mexico rocks can be used as landscape rocks and pebbles for medium to large-scale projects, either residential or commercial landscape projects. The wholesale rocks can be laid into indoor/outdoor planters, flower beds, ponds, streams, waterfalls, dry river beds, tree circles or any other landscape design projects you have. Also, pet stores and pet owners are adding the rocks into their aquariums for fish and other reptiles
Other uses for these landscaping rocks are laying them in paving slabs, driveways, walls, patios, flooring, fences, roofing, pools, decks, walkways, front yard designs, backyard spaces, desert landscaping, building walls, concrete jobs, concrete slabs, driveways, swimming pools, rock walls, rock homes, building projects and more. The slate flagstone rocks can also be used as memorials, headstones and other construction materials.
In landscape design, the slate flagstone rocks can be laid so that moss, grass or a hardy ground cover can be grown in between the stones. Flagstone patios and walkways can help to reduce the amount of dust in an area along with laying pebbles as ground cover.
Adding water features such as ponds, streams, rivers in your home can help to increase natural habitats for wildlife, improve the environment visually, create a calming area, conserving water, increase the value of your property and reduce toxic chemicals in ground water.
Our handpicked Mexico rocks are imported and sold throughout the United States
Order Mexican pebbles and rocks in bulk quantities and save money. Wholesale pricing available.
Wholesale landscaping supplies delivered in the Continental United States.
Here are just a few locations as examples: Albuquerque, Anaheim, Arlington, Ashburn, Atlanta, Austin, Baja California, Boston, Buffalo, Carlsbad, Charlotte, Charlottesville, Chicago, Chula Vista, Clifton, Columbus, Dallas, Del Mar, Denver, El Cajon, El Paso, Ensenada, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, Forida Keys, Forth Worth, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Huntington Beach, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jacksonville, Jersey City, Julian, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Louisville, Marietta, Mesa, Miami, Naperville, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Oceanside, Orlando, Peoria, Portland, Poway, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Riverside, Rochester, Roswell, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Sandy Springs, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Luis, San Marcos, San Quintin, Santa Ana,Santee, Scottsdale, Seattle, Tampa, Tecate, Temecula, Tenoe, Tijuana, Tucson, Virginia Beach, Washington, Yuma.
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