Are you considering using river rock in your landscape?
2 river rock size.
The size of stone you choose affects how many bags or tons it takes to cover the area you're landscaping.
A cubic yard of river rock covers 75 to 170 square feet when spread in a layer of 2” to 4” and weighs 2,400 to 2,700 lbs.
A mixture of this and our river blend is a very popular blend with customers.
On average, depending on the rock size.
These are larger stones ranging from 2 ½ to 4 inches, or egg to softball size.
They do not pack down very well unless mixed with or topdressed with smaller stones.
1 yard of gravel/river rock that is 1″ and smaller in size will cover roughly 162 square feet at 2″ deep what does a yard look like?
This river rock ranges from 4 in.
River rock prices per cubic yard.
R) are presented in table 5.
If using the yardage calculator plan on a minimum depth of 2.5 inches for ideal coverage.
Sometimes sold as a mixture of # 1 and # 2 but dimensions are the same.
These large stones, ranging from egg to softball in size and collected in assorted shapes, create an interesting, bold texture to accent trees and shrubs.
River rocks are available in a wide range of sizes, from very small (approximately 3/8 inches in diameter) to 5 inches.
The product is a natural stone out of tennessee.
River rock costs $50 to $160 per cubic yard on average.
River rock coverage per ton at 2″ deep:
Maximum rock size generally should not exceed twice the nominal (d 50) rock size, but in some cases a maximum rock size of 1.5 times the average rock size may be specified.