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Use Pebbles And Slates To Keep Slugs At Bay

Another alternative to help keep slugs of your prize flower beds and out of pots is to use decorative aggregates, as with bark they don’t like the sharp surface to slither over. 

Decorative Aggregates will enhance any garden large or small or even if you have a yard with a few pots some decorative aggregate will enhance your space.

These are available from Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire.

From gravel to pebbles and lots more in between for paths, drives and plant pot toppers, we sell it all.

It’s not just garden centres that sell beautiful decorative aggregates for your garden why not come to Greengates Yard and see for yourself and take a look at the wide selection of decorative aggregates that we sell. They are all here under one roof.

Decorative Aggregates will enhance your garden and can help with the weeding and slugs.

We have so much choice in decorate aggregates there must be one that’s just right for you and your garden.

  • Beautiful polished Scottish pebbles in various sizes and colours.
  • We have sold everything from moonstones to slates in plum through to green.
  • Small pea gravel in colours from gold to pink, Beautiful polished Scottish pebbles in various sizes and colours.
  • Beautiful polished Scottish pebbles in various sizes and colours.
  • Arctic white spar
  •  Canterbury spar
  • Granite in 5 different colours from blue to red.
  • And lots more

So if you want to be the envy of your neighbours and friends then come to Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire we should be your first stop for all your aggregate needs with a wide range of choice and cheaper than the garden centre.

Don’t just take my word for it come and visit us in our Whalley Road Yard and see for yourself. Or look under the landscaping section on the web site.

Greengates Builders Merchants delivering to the whole of Lancashire including: Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Darwen, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Padiham and Pendle.



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