Decomposed Granite After it’s mechanically compacted, heavyweight DG doesn’t become airborne or dusty; it’s often mixed with a stabilizing agent that keeps it in place.

The old lawn area will become a new patio area for the bench, Decomposed Granite After it’s mechanically compacted, heavyweight DG doesn’t become airborne or dusty; it’s often mixed with a stabilizing agent that keeps it in place.

irregular pavers with decomposed granite looks modern and sleek

This Is What You Should Be Putting Down In Your Back Yard

side yard - wall art - tree cordyline - succulents - water wise plants - decomposed granite - stucco wall - boulders - pebbles - pathway - agave attenuata - windy path - wood gate

love the way the DG path melds into the rock border side yard - wall art - tree cordyline - succulents - water wise plants - decomposed granite - stucco wall - boulders - pebbles - pathway - agave attenuata - windy path - wood gate

How to Build a Decomposed Granite Patio (11 Steps) | eHow

How to Build a Decomposed Granite Patio

Naturalistic planting and fire pit, perfect for enjoying the outside year round #gardens4life

Low-Cost Luxury: 9 Ways to Use Decomposed Granite in a Landscape

Pave with decomposed granite (also known as DG), a low-cost luxury in a landscape. Here are 9 design ideas for paths, driveways, fire pit pads, and patios.

20 Aesthetic and Family-Friendly Backyard Ideas

20 Aesthetic and Family-Friendly Backyard Ideas

9 Ways to Use Decomposed Granite in a Landscape

Low-Cost Luxury: 9 Ways to Use Decomposed Granite in a Landscape

Hardscaping Decomposed Granite: Gardenista---decomposed granite for garden paths

Exercise restraint -“You can have almost anything in a garden that has crisp, clean hardscaping,” Cobbs says. They created 24-inch-high planting beds out of food-safe Cor-ten steel. Decomposed granite forms the paths.

10 Design Ideas for a Tiny Edible Garden

10 Design Ideas For A Tiny Edible Garden: Exercise restraint -“You can have almost anything in a garden that has crisp, clean hardscaping,” Cobbs says. They created planting beds out of food-safe Cor-ten steel. Decomposed granite forms the paths.

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