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About Us

For all your riverstone needs in Landscaping. We supply boulders, stones and pebbles in different sizes. All the aggregate are legally sourced. Our pebblepickers collect and sort the stone in different sizes.

Landscaping rocks bring character to your garden. Carefully chosen materials and artistic placements not only serve as a focal point but also give your outdoor space a unique feel. Explore the wide variety of landscaping rocks available to introduce different contours, heights and textures to your entryway or backyard.

Landscaping river stone rocks have a very versatile usage. You can use them to fill flower beds, fashion a rock garden, enhance drainage around pools and patios, support heavy plants, accent water features, to aid weed control or to create a cobbled pathway.

We supply stone and boulders to residential homes, retirement complexes, school grounds, municipal areas, recreational areas, commercial & retail complexes, developers show houses, etc.

Overview

Small (25-75mm), medium (75-100mm) and large (100-150mm) stone are packed in strong(170micron) UV treated clear plastic bags.

The bags are 15dm and weigh about 20kg each.

We supply a caramel brown and white greyish riverstone. A mixed variety is also available. The stones are sold per bag.

Larger boulders are sold loose and per kg.

We also sell stone per cube and depending on the size of the stone a cube is roughly 1.5 ton or 70 bags.

Four to six bags cover a square meter, depending on the size of the stone.

We deliver all areas in the Western Cape but transport for large orders can be arranged nationwide, we are situated in Rawsonville.

Talk to our experienced and friendly staff about your project. They have first-hand knowledge about landscape installation, renovation and size requirements. We have helped many homeowners, individual landscapers and landscape designers achieve spectacular results with our landscaping river stone and rocks.

Cape River Stone is your gateway to the world of natural stone in architecture and the landscape. Whether you are a homeowner, landscaper, mason, builder or architect, we're here to supply you with the material (River Stone, Pebbles, gravel etc.) and inspiration to make your stone project a reality.

When requesting a quote we would need the following information:

  • The type of product: Size and color ie golfball size caramel brown riverstone
  • Area to be covered in square meters (length x width) ie 8x4 meters 24 sqm
  • Delivery address

Please take note that we only offload where the vehicle can safely manuevre.

When in bulk it will be tipped and if in bags labour will be provided to offload, but no more than 3 meters from the vehicle.

Orders under R5000 to be settled in advance. For larger orders a deposit will be applicable.

Please Call Us or send us an E-mail for more information and very affordable pricing.

Regards The Riverstone team


How To's and Landscaping Instructables

We are currently building a How To blog that will act as a resource for our clients and users to experiment with both Hardscaping and traditional landscaping. We have included some helpful links in the mean time while we build our blog and instructional videos.


The Many Uses of Stone

Anyone who has experienced the summer sun will know that there is something magical about a boulder or a rock retaining its heat when the sun has started waning. Rocks and stone - big and small - make up our world and so it is only natural to be including these elements in our own garden. In our day and age, it is not unheard of to be making your garden centerpiece with the help of rocks and stone - whether it be a zen garden, rockpool, a fountain or just neatly arranged throughout your garden.

Rocks and stones have a variety of uses ensuring their place in your garden. Use them as the wall of your koi pond, to separate your roses from your dahlias, as a pathway or to cover an eyesore where nothing is growing.

Read the full article here: The Many Uses of Stone


How to Landscape

This is a very useful landscaping 101 tutorial.

Read more here: Landscaping 101


How to Lay a Brick Pathway

Create a welcoming entrance to your home by laying a brick or paver walkway.

Read more here: Brick Pathway


Landscaping Calculator

Use this Landcape calculator to work out how much stone you would need for your project. With this handy calculator, you can order just the right amount to get the job done (that means no material left over and no money washing away with the next rain).

Read more here: Calculator


How to Build a Seating Wall

Classy slate tops off this stone wall, with concealed mortar holding everything together for outdoor seating everyone can get comfortable with.

Read more here: Seating Wall


Hardscaping 101: Pea Gravel

As gravel goes, it doesn't get any better. These rounded fragments of pea-size stone crunch underfoot as satisfyingly as crispy cereal.

Read more here: Pea Gravel


Wow-Worthy Hardscaping Ideas

Make the outdoors an extension of your home with smart hardscaping solutions. Landscape designers share their top tips for transforming your front or backyard into a go-to destination.

Read more here: Hardscaping Ideas



Hardscaping Guide: Front Paths

Nothing creates curb appeal faster than a well-designed front path. It's the first impression your house makes to visitors—and to you every time you come home.

Read more here: Front Paths


Garden Hacks with Concrete Blocks

This is a very useful landscaping 101 tutorial.

Read more here: Garden Hacks


Xeriscape Landscape Design

Xeriscaping (often incorrectly spelled zero-scaping or xeroscaping) is landscaping and gardening that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation. It is promoted in regions that do not have easily accessible, plentiful, or reliable supplies of fresh water, and is gaining acceptance in other areas as access to water becomes more limited. Xeriscaping may be an alternative to various types of traditional gardening.

Read more here: Xeriscape 101


Contact Us

Our Office

Address

Rawsonville
Western Cape
082 218 8070
info@caperiverstone.co.za

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