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CED Stone Landscape's six nationwide depots stock an exciting range of natural stone and hard landscaping products

CED landscape depots map CED Stone Castlecary Depot, Scotland CED Stone Omagh Depot, N Ireland CED Stone Langley Mill Depot, Midlands CED Stone West Drayton Depot, Middlesex CED Stone Head Office, West Thurrock Depot, East London CED Stone Corfe Depot, Northwest CED Stone Hampshire Depot, Hook, South West

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Aggregates & Gravels

Aggregates and gravels have a multitude of functional uses and look fantastic when used in the right setting. In contrast to using linear paving blocks, using aggregates or gravel in your garden will soften the look of your outdoor space. Bringing a natural texture to a design scheme, aggregates and...

Aggregates and gravels have a multitude of functional uses and look fantastic when used in the right setting. In contrast to using linear paving blocks, using aggregates or gravel in your garden will soften the look of your outdoor space. Bringing a natural texture to a design scheme, aggregates and gravels are tough and durable underfoot and work well in areas that need additional drainage.

What's the difference?

Gravels are small stones which have been eroded by natural elements like water currents or the weather. They have a softer, more naturally rounded shape.

Aggregates are crushed, man-made stone fragments, typically produced by crushing larger rocks in quarries, and have very angular edges.

With options in an attractive selection of colours, there is something for everyone and something sure to complement just about any design.

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