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Design ideas for a traditional garden in Los Angeles. —  Houzz
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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Hoang added this to Common Ground: 10 Clever Uses for Gravel in the Garden7 May 2018

8. Edible gardens Chunky gravels are useful for surrounding raised beds and are less apt to travel if you roll a wheelbarrow over the surface. The jagged edges of gravel lock in place to form a surface that’s compact but allows water from the hose to quickly drain. Plus, a thick layer of gravel will suppress weeds that may be apt to spring up with access to the water and nutrients you’ve given to the edible plants.Kick-Start Your Vegetable Garden This Winter

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mickmey
mickmey added this to Darby Outdoor27 March 2019

8. Edible gardens. Chunky gravels that are over three-quarters-inch wide are useful for surrounding raised beds and are less apt to travel if you roll a wheelbarrow over the surface. The jagged edges of gravel lock in place to form a surface that’s compact but allows water from the hose to quickly drain. Plus, a thick layer of gravel will suppress weeds that may be apt to spring up with access to the water and nutrients you’ve given to the edible plants.

bigmaters
bigmaters added this to Landscape Ideas24 August 2018

Chunky gravels that are over three-quarters-inch wide are useful for surrounding raised beds and are less apt to travel if you roll a wheelbarrow over the surface. The jagged edges of gravel lock in place to form a surface that’s compact but allows water from the hose to quickly drain. Plus, a thick layer of gravel will suppress weeds that may be apt to spring up with access to the water and nutrients you’ve given to the edible plants.

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Mary Johnson added this to garden13 June 2018

houzz says chunky gravel good around raised beds.