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Mexican Beach Pebble

Our smooth Mexican beach pebble provides you with your greatest asset to your next pond or garden project. Our authentic beach pebbles give your landscape project that finished look described only as a visual indulgence. Not only do we provide the best prices, but also continue to sustain the best quality.

  • ½”-1”, 1”- 22”, 2”- 3”, 3”- 5”, 5”- 7” and 8”-12”
  • Depth Constant at 2″

Mexican Beach Pebbles, sometimes called river rocks or rounded landscaping stones, are an attractive ground cover option for many styles of landscaping. These medium-sized pebbles offer both good traction and an attractive semi-formal appearance to flowerbeds, paths, and large spaces alike. You will find an attractive choice of colors and some sizing grade variance to suit your landscaping needs.

Whether you are looking to create a lovely dry creek through your yard, line a pond, or create lawn-free landscaping spaces that rival the beauty of a lush green carpet, Mexican beach pebbles are an elegant and versatile choice.

The Look and Feel of Mexican Beach Pebbles

Mexican beach pebbles are rounded gray (or mixed gray and beige) stones that many consider “river rocks.” Smooth but unpolished, these stones are weighted, elegant, and typically uniform in color. They are heavy enough to not blow away in windy areas but not too large. Larger grade pebbles are about the size of the palm of your hand, while smaller grades roughly fit three to five pebbles in your palm when all are lying flat without any overlap.

Mexican beach pebbles are smooth in appearance and slightly rough to the touch, which provides superior traction compared to polished river stones. They tend to be slightly flat and rounded, like a good skipping stone, and provide stability for walking paths or often-traversed gardens.

Pros & Cons of Mexican Beach Pebbles

Mexican beach pebbles have a lot going for them regarding the pros and cons. They are elegant, make good walking paths, and resist high winds, so your landscaping will stay intact through much of Florida’s high-intensity weather. The only potential downsides are that they are heavier to transport and look their best when lined with larger rocks of a distinct color difference.


Mexican beach pebbles are a versatile landscaping material with several benefits. They can weigh down your garden, provide good traction, and have an elegant appearance that adds style to any outdoor space. They are also wind-resistant and come in uniform or mixed colors. Additionally, they remain cool to the touch in the sun.


While there are few downsides to using Mexican beach pebbles in landscaping, it is worth noting that some people may prefer the look of larger stones to accompany them. Additionally, they can be heavier than other landscaping covers, which can be an issue if weight is a concern. These cons are minimal, and the benefits of using Mexican beach pebbles far outweigh any potential drawbacks.

Best Uses for Mexican Beach Pebbles in Florida

In Florida, several beautiful and useful ways to design your landscape with Mexican beach pebbles are available. Considering our rainy climate, pebbles provide good traction when wet and excellent drainage by filtering water through the rocks.


Mexican beach pebbles are a popular pathway choice because they provide good traction. Elegant and dark gray, they stand out when lined against other landscaping features, which also helps to keep your paths well-defined.

Pool Decks and Manmade Beaches

Beach pebbles also make a great choice for areas of pool decks and manmade beaches. They are comfortable walking barefoot and provide excellent water drainage without becoming too slippery when wet.

Xeriscaped Yards and Flower Beds

Mexican beach pebbles are often used as weighted and elegant ground cover in flower beds, and larger xeriscaped (lawn-free) areas where the grass is not ideal. They also look great over a weed shield, holding down the fabric and offering complete, attractive ground cover.

Pebble Creeks and Drainage Channels

Since they are water permeable without causing a pool, Mexican beach pebbles make excellent pebble creeks and drainage channels (often the same) for a lovely yard feature that helps prevent backyard flooding during heavy rains. Add a little wooden bridge and a charmingly flood-resistant backyard or corporate landscaping feature.

Pond Beds and Water Features

Beach pebbles, also known as river stones, are a popular choice for water features like mini waterfalls or lining the bottom of a fountain, or you can use them for the bottom of a little manmade pond.

Shop the Best Selection of Mexican Beach Pebbles in Florida

Epic Stoneworks is proud to provide a beautiful selection of Mexican beach pebbles in classic gray and cheerful color blends to suit the needs of your landscaping project. 

Whether landscaping commercial grounds with walkable lawn-free spaces or designing the perfect little bridged drainage creek through your home property, you will find what you need among our beach pebble options. Contact us today to learn more or to arrange for the pebbles your landscaping needs.

Pros & Cons of Hemmingway Flagstone

Hemmingway flagstone has many benefits spotlighting its unique suitability to the Florida climate. Cool in the sunshine, not at all slippery when wet, and durable in the salty seaside air, Hemmingway flagstone is a long-term investment in your home, business, or landscaping. Quarried nearby, it is both a beautiful native stone and eco-friendly to transport. It is also important to know the grain of Hemmingway flagstone you desire – which determines the size and regularity of the oolite bubbles. Sealing your Hemmingway flagstone for outdoor installations will help discourage mold growth.

Best Uses for Hemmingway Flagstone in Florida

Paths and Patio Paving Stones

Hemmingway flagstone paving stones are uniquely cool and textured, making them comfortable in direct sunlight and non-slip when wet. In addition to their beauty, this makes Hemmingway stone a natural choice for paths, patios, and pavers. Many prefer Hemmingway paving stones for both residential and commercial patio designs.

Landscape Retaining Walls

Hemmingway coral stone is often used as paths and retaining walls in landscaping. Coral stone is a favorite choice for landscaping because of its highly durable nature in the seaside climate, which ensures your space will look beautiful no matter how many tropical storms blow through.

Block Walls for Outdoor Structures

Hemmingway flagstone is often used to make large block walls and breezy outdoor structures. Hemmingway block can make garden spaces feel like they were naturally formed, creating a Florida oasis that blends perfectly with the coral stone that makes up our beautiful peninsula.

Barefoot-Safe Poolside Pavers

If you are looking for the perfect pavers for a safe and beautiful pool design, Hemmingway flagstone is an excellent alternative to concrete. Enjoy a paver whose sandy texture is naturally non-slip and won’t scorch your feet no matter how much direct sunlight it soaks up.

Exterior Building Cladding

You can also clad buildings in Hemmingway coral stone, and many businesses have done so to reduce cooling costs and embrace the natural Florida look.

Shop the Best Selection of Hemmingway Flagstone Pavers in Florida

If you are looking for your best Hemmingway flagstone and natural Florida coral stone source, you have found it! Epic Stoneworks proudly quarries our coral stone along the southern Florida coast from our quarry in Florida City. We offer the best selection of Hemmingway flagstone blocks and pavers because we collect them directly to ensure our customers have the highest quality and widest variety of coral stones. Contact us today to learn more about Hemmingway flagstone for your home or business. We look forward to transforming your space with beautiful natural Florida stone.