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0.5 cu. ft. River Pebbles

$3.68 / each
If you buy 32 or more
$3.31 / each
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Improve your yard with help from the 0.5 cu. ft. River Pebbles. Use the pebbles for landscaping around trees, shrubs, decks or driveways to accent your yard. These pebbles help to control erosion to help protect your landscape, and their natural stone look resists fading for long-lasting beauty.

  • Use for landscaping around trees, shrubs, decks or driveways to accent your yard
  • Controls erosion to help protect your landscape
  • Multi-color resists fading for long-lasting beauty
  • Natural stone look offers design versatility
  • Retains moisture
  • Resists wood pests such as termites and ants
  • Covers up to 1 sq. ft.
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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IF PUT ROCK DOWN AT 2INCH IN DEPTH OVER A 500 SQ FEET AREA HOW MANY BAGS WILL IT TAKE

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one cubic foot = 1 foot deep by 1 x 1 . Simple math,
Covering an area of 500 square feet with bags is sort of like paving the freeway with hand-mixed concrete using a shovel and wheel barrow.
Get a truckload.
Gravel is generally sold by the yard (3 ft. 3 ft. by 3 ft. = 27 cubic foot) Sometimes by the ton.
Bags are listed by .5 cubic foot. 500 divided by 6 = 83 + (always get more to account for inaccurate
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one cubic foot = 1 foot deep by 1 x 1 . Simple math,
Covering an area of 500 square feet with bags is sort of like paving the freeway with hand-mixed concrete using a shovel and wheel barrow.
Get a truckload.
Gravel is generally sold by the yard (3 ft. 3 ft. by 3 ft. = 27 cubic foot) Sometimes by the ton.
Bags are listed by .5 cubic foot. 500 divided by 6 = 83 + (always get more to account for inaccurate measurement)
At around $5 per bag (don't forget Governor's lunch money) looks like >$400 !
Don't forget about disposing the plastic bags and bits.
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July 31, 2015
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166 bags
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Around 170
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500 sq feet x 12 inches = 500 cu feet. So 2 inch deep would be 1/6 of 500. Therefore 500 cu feet divided by 6 = 84 cu feet. If the bag covers 1/2 (0.5) cu ft as it says then you would need 84 times 2 or 168 bags of rocks.
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Generally, a cubic yard of mulch covers 100 sq feet while stone covers 80 to 100 sq feet depending on size of stone. So you will need about 300 bags. that's a lot of trips if you only have a standard pickup truck
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how many bags make a cubic yard

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54
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Around 54
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I think it says that the bag is 0.5 cu. ft., so to get a cu. yard (27 cu. ft.), you would need 54 bags.
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May 10, 2015
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Each bag covers 1 square foot so it would take 27 bags to make 1 cubic yard.
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how many bage to cover 32 sq. feet 4 inches deep?

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August 17, 2015
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Without knowing both the length and width, I cannot give you an amount. Please visit the Pavestone website below to figure out how many bags you will need using our Estimator:
http://www.pavestone.com/estimators/retail-landscape-stone-estimator/
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Looks like around 22 bags give or take.
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August 15, 2015
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You would want 22 bags for your project.
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40 square feet to cover

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July 27, 2015
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2” depth, you will need 14 bags. 3” depth you will need 20 bags.
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Depends on depth about 7 bags per inch of thickness.
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July 21, 2015
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You will need 40 bags to cover 40 square feet of space.
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