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Our hauliers are extremely short staffed. This is leading to a few delivery delays. Southern areas, specifically Devon and Cornwall are worst affected and are on a 3 day lead time (occasionally longer). We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Currently the most affected postcodes / regions are : Scotland, Cornwall, Devon. B14-95, CA, CB 6-25, DH, CV21-47, FY, NE, LE16-17, NP, NR19-23, OX15-17, PE11-38, PR1-4 and PR11, RG19-29, SO20 & 97, SR and SP1-5, 9-11.

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Gravel, also known as garden shingle, can be used to finish a variety of garden or landscaping projects including driveways, pathways, rockeries, borders, and water features.

There are so many different types of garden stones when you’re looking how to order gravel, so to help you work out how much stone you'll need, try using our gravel calculator – simply enter your measurements and the calculator does the rest.

All Stone Warehouse landscape gravel is available in bulk bags, 20kg bags and loose load orders for home delivery.

Landscaping Gravel Types 

Driveways  - Angular gravels are best for driveways as they are not easily displaced when driven over compared to a more rounded product that may move – to avoid chippings being caught in tyre treads, we advise gravels graded 14mm or 20mm. 

Types of gravel for driveways include our hardwearing materials such as granite, basalt, quartz and flint which have a greater longevity. 

Paths - Create a stunning gravel garden path with angular stones as they lock together reducing displacement when walked over. Garden shingle graded 10mm to 14mm are the ideal size for gravel garden paths as they are too large to be caught in shoe treads, yet small enough to create a comfortable walking surface.

Gravel for both driveways and paths are best laid at 50mm depth for good coverage.

Gardens - Garden gravel can be used in borders, raised beds, flower beds, water features and as general ground covering. Gravel is a cost-effective way to brighten up dark and shady areas of your garden.

If you have any questions about any of our gravel products please get in touch.

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