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Bulk Gravel / Rock / Sand

$15.00 per half a cubic yard

Cedar River Garden Center offers a wide variety of materials for your landscaping needs. When planning your next “do-it-yourself” project, we invite you to stop by and pick up your materials or we are happy to deliver to your location. We carry: sand, 3/8″ minus with lime; chips 3/8″ clean; 1″ clean; 1″ minus with lime.

3/8″ minus is excellent for:

  • Base material since the lime with the gravel firmly compacts creating a base for under pavers, block, decorative rock, or stone for Walls
  • Driveways
  • Pathways
  • Pipe drainage

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    3/8″ and 1″ clean/washed is good to use for:

  • Durable pathways, terraces and driveways
  • Drainage
  • Landscaping
  • Erosion Control

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    Sand:

  • Base material for patios
  • Sandboxes
  • Leveling agent
  • Water Features/Ponds

  • Gravel/Rock Equivalents / Weight

    • 1/2 yard (1 scoop) = 1,350 lb (.68 tons)
    • 1 yard (2 scoops) = 2,700 lb (1.35 tons)
    • 1.5 yards (3 scoops) = 4,050 lb (2.02 tons)
    • 2 yards (4 scoops) = 5,400 lb (2.70 tons)
    • 2.5 yards (5 scoops) = 6,750 lb (3.37 tons)
    • 3 yards (6 scoops) = 8,100 lb (4.05 tons)
    • 3.5 yards (7 scoops) = 9,450 lb (4.72 tons)
    • 4 yards (8 scoops) = 10,800 lb (5.40 tons)
    • 4.5 yards (9 scoops) = 12,150 lb (6.07 tons)
    • 5 yards (10 scoops) = 13,500 lb (6.75 tons)

      1 scoop = 13.5 cu ft = 80 sq ft, 2″ deep

      1 ton – 2,000 lbs. 20 cu ft 120 sq ft, 2″ deep

    Calculating Yardage

    Take the length (feet) x width (feet) x depth (inches) and divide by 324 = the cubic yards needed. [For example, you have an area 6′ x 10′ x 3″ = 60 sq ft ÷ 324 = .56 cubic yards or 1 skid loader scoop.]

    WE DELIVER!