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14-20mm Scottish Pebbles
There's a good reason why Scottish Pebbles are our best-selling garden pebble stones, and that is because of all the beauty that can be seen in these decorative garden stones. Consisting of brown stones, brick red stones and cream-coloured stones, these premium pebbles are ultra smooth and shiny, being naturally sea-worn and sourced from the Scottish Highlands.
These garden stones are made of high quality granite stone, making them ultra durable and hard-wearing. Measuring between 14mm and 20mm, these decorative pebbles are fish-friendly and make a great pond addition.
Scottish Pebbles for Your Garden
Scottish Pebbles can be added to your garden in many different ways; a popular way of using Scottish Pebbles is by simply creating a decorative feature within your garden to show these stones off and transform your garden into a colourful paradise!
Why not consider adding Scottish Pebbles to your front garden? Usually, this is a space that isn't used for a purpose, so adding some premium, decorative stones could really transform it into a show piece for your house!
Please note that these stones cannot be used for drives or pathways, due to the material of the stone and the rounded shape of the pebbles.
Scottish Pebbles as a Water Feature
Maybe you've got a pond in your garden, or maybe you're considering adding one to encourage wildlife, either way, Scottish Pebbles are an ideal addition for any garden pond. The natural brown and red colours of Scottish Pebbles will enhance your pond surroundings and really help it blend in with the surrounding landscape.
If you're lucky enough to own a water feature, whether it's a man-made one of a natural one that you've added to your garden, consider adding Scottish Pebbles to it so the water cascades across the stones. As with most of our decorative stones, the water really enhances the array of colours and makes the garden feature look even more impressive.
How to Buy 14-20mm Scottish Pebbles
You can use our Stone Calculator to work out how much of this stone you need - simply enter the measurements of your garden, the depth at which you want to lay the stone and it will work out how much you need!
Available Pack Sizes
20kg maxi bags
850kg bulk bags
How to Create a Rockery Water Feature
Water Features have become a rising trend over the last few years, since people are making a conscious effort to spend more time in their garden, and are trying to focus on their mental health and having somewhere they can escape to so they can completely relax.
If you're into DIY challenges and enjoy upcycling projects, why not try and make your very own Water Feature? Read our guide below for some fun ideas for creating your own self-contained ponds or DIY water features!
Create a simple pond; as long as you have a water tight container, you can pretty much upcycle anything to create a self-contained pond! Some people have used old paddling pools or even old laundry baskets, if you're using something that has holes in, you just need to make sure it's lined with some tightly-woven geo fabric.
A natural rockery; If you really want a water feature that, not only looks great in your garden, but offers something for the wildlife too, work with a variety of Rocks and Boulders to create a multi-levelled rockery. Larger Scottish Cobbles are also available which would look great within any rockery.
Babbling brook; What really makes a water feature is the fact you can hear water gently trickling along, or even water spurting out heavily. Whatever effect you'd rather create in your garden, invest in a solar-powered pump that will run the water through the feature so you can enjoy it even more.
Solar-powered water fountains are also readily available at a range of prices and sizes. If you really want your water feature or pond to have the wow-factor, adding a fountain will give it the look and the soothing sounds that your garden will enjoy all year round.
Water for the Wildlife; sometimes, simplicity is more effective. Why not consider upcycling an old, metal bath tub or even an old oven pot and adding some fresh water and some lily pads as a low-maintenance water feature? It will give the birds something to take a drink from and have a bath in too!
PLEASE NOTE: Due to our Decorative Stones being a naturally-sourced product, there will always be some variation from batch to batch, especially in terms of colour. On occasion, your garden stones may be very dusty; we recommend hosing your new stones down to wash them and reveal their true colour.
Best Garden Ideas
In need of some garden inspiration? Check out our exclusive online Garden Visualiser tool! Either take a photo of your garden or use one of our garden templates and place Scottish Pebbles onto your garden - the perfect visualisation tool!
Buy With Confidence
- Our 14-20mm Scottish Pebbles can be purchased in 20kg maxi bags or bulk bags that weigh approx. 850kg
- Not sure how much you need? Use our quantity calculator and enter your garden width and length to find out how many maxi bags/bulk bags you need!
- Please select the bag size you'd like to buy and add to your basket
- Our aggregates will either arrive on a hiab lorry that can be used to lift the stone onto your garden, or it will arrive on a pallet for kerbside delivery; depending on your address
- You can choose free collection from one of our Depots or fuss-free, home delivery.
A Service You Can Rely On
- Our reliable service offers prompt delivery to any area in the UK
- Stone Zone is a family-run business that has been well-established since 1998
- Our efficient customer advisors can help you with your purchase
- We pride ourselves on offering a range of affordable garden supplies
Sample stones are also available in-store, please ask a customer advisor.
A Delivery Service Tailored to You
Our top-rated delivery service is reliable and flexible to suit you, however, it can cary depending on where you live. Click here for more information on our delivery service and if your postcode is classed as 'local' or 'national.'
Any questions? Use our live chat to speak to an advisor, alternatively, you can fill out an enquiry form or call us on 01202 874207.