Decorative Pebbles For Garden | 20 to 60 mm

Pebbles stones can make a great addition to any garden, providing both decoration and function. They can be used to create paths, borders, or simply as accent pieces. Pebbles are also relatively easy to care for and require little maintenance.

They are a popular choice for many gardeners and landscapers because of their versatility and ease of use. Indeed, pebbles can be a great way to add interest and texture to your garden. With a little bit of planning, you can create a stunning garden that is both beautiful and practical.

Garden Hub stocks a wide range of pebble stones in many different sizes and colours. So, take a look and find the perfect pebbles for your garden today.

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  • Dorset Pebbles 20-40mm

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  • Silver Granite Pebbles 25-40mm

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  • Pembroke Pebbles 20-40mm

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are your pebble stones suitable for both indoor and outdoor use?

Our pebble stones are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use due to their versatile nature and aesthetic appeal. Here’s a closer look at how they can be utilised in each setting:

    • Indoor Use:
      1. Interior Decor: Pebbles can be used indoors to enhance the visual appeal of various spaces. They can be incorporated into accent walls, fireplace surrounds, or even as flooring options, adding texture and a natural element to the design. They are also ideal for indoor plant pot toppings to add colour and texture.
      2. Vases and Terrariums: Pebbles and smaller decorative stones are commonly used in vases and terrariums to provide a stable base for arranging flowers or plants. They can add visual interest and create a polished look.
      3. Crafts and Artistic Projects: Indoor crafting or DIY projects often involve the use of pebble stones. They can be used to create mosaics, artwork, or unique decorative pieces that add character to a room.
    • Outdoor Use:
      1. Landscaping: pebble stones play a crucial role in landscaping projects. They can be used to create pathways, borders, or as ground cover around plants and garden features. Their natural appearance can lend a more organic and visually appealing look to outdoor spaces.
      2. Water Features: They are often used in fountains, ponds, or waterfalls. They can be arranged to create beautiful cascades or provide a natural appearance to these water features.
  • Driveways and Patios: In outdoor hardscaping, pebble can be used for driveways and patio areas. They can add texture, prevent erosion, and create a visually pleasing entrance or gathering space.

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How do you source your decorative pebble stones?

They are sourced from all over the UK from various quarries as well as some from further afield in Europe.

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What shapes can I expect in the decorative pebble stones mix?

In a decorative pebble stone mix, you can expect to find a variety of shapes, which can vary depending on the specific mix and the supplier. Typically pebbles have smoother, rounded edges.


Here are some common shapes you may come across:

  1. Rounded: Rounded pebbles are one of the most common shapes found in decorative pebble stone mixes. These stones have been naturally shaped and smoothed by water or erosion over time, resulting in a smooth, curved surface.
  2. Oval: Oval-shaped pebbles have a similar appearance to rounded stones but are elongated in shape, resembling an oval or an egg. These stones can add visual interest and diversity to the mix.
  3. Flat: Flat pebbles have a more flattened or elongated shape with a relatively smooth surface. They are often used for various purposes such as pathways or as stepping stones.
  4. Angular: Angular pebbles have sharper edges and a more irregular shape compared to rounded or flat stones. These stones can provide a more rustic or natural look in landscaping projects.
  5. Irregular: Decorative pebble stone mixes may also include stones with irregular shapes and unique formations. These stones can add a sense of uniqueness and character to your design.
  6. Polished: Some decorative pebble stones undergo a polishing process to enhance their appearance and smoothness. Polished pebbles have a shiny surface and may come in various shapes, including rounded, oval, or flat.

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Can your decorative pebble stones be safely used in water features or fish ponds?

Our decorative pebbles can be used in water features and fish ponds, to enhance their visual appeal and create a natural and aesthetically pleasing environment.  we always recommend washing prior and doing controlled tests especially if pH levels require to remain the same for specific fish. The only pebbles and stones that alter this are limestone-based stones.


Here are some ways you can use decorative pebbles in these settings:

  1. Bottom or Floor Covering: Spread a layer of decorative pebble stones on the bottom of the water feature or fish pond to create a visually appealing floor covering. This can add texture and colour, mimicking a natural riverbed or underwater landscape.
  2. Edging and Borders: Use pebble stones to create borders or edges along the perimeter of the water feature or pond. This can help define the shape and boundaries of the water area, providing a neat and finished look.
  3. Waterfall or Stream Beds: Arrange pebble stones along the waterfall or streambed areas to create a natural-looking flow. The stones can be positioned strategically to guide the water and create interesting patterns.
  4. Pond Landscaping: Decorative pebble stones can be used around plants, aquatic vegetation, or other landscape elements within the pond. This can help anchor the plants, prevent soil erosion, and add a visually appealing touch.
  5. Stepping Stones: Place larger, flat pebble stones as stepping stones across the water feature or pond, allowing you to move across the water without disturbing the ecosystem. This adds functionality and an artistic element to the design.
  6. Sculptural Elements: Arrange pebble stones to create sculptures or artistic installations within the water feature or pond. These can be abstract designs, stacked stone formations, or even animal-shaped structures, adding a unique focal point to the environment.


When using decorative pebble stones in water features or fish ponds, it’s important to consider the safety and well-being of aquatic life. All our stones are non-toxic, but properly clean and rinse them before adding, and avoid using sharp-edged stones that may harm the fish or damage their fins.

Remember to regularly monitor water quality parameters, as the stones can affect pH levels or contribute to algae growth. If any issues arise, make necessary adjustments or remove the stones if they pose a risk to the ecosystem.

Always consider the specific requirements of your water feature or fish pond and consult with professionals or experts in aquatic systems for guidance on using decorative pebble stones effectively and safely.

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Do your decorative pebble stones undergo any treatments to enhance their appearance?

No, all our pebbles are 100% natural in their beauty.

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