Dig out the area of your driveway. If your drive is connecting a lawn ensure you separate using edging stones. Ensure irrigation from your lawn does not run into your gravel.
By laying a later of landscape fabric / weed control membrane it acts as a ground stabilizer so stone and soil do not mix.
2. Layer of Landscape Fabric.
The final step is to lay a layer of decorative aggregate. You need a decent layer (3 to 5 inches) but not too deep as this can lead to puddle and weed growth.
If elbow grease isn’t for you, then you can always look down the chemical route.
3. Lay Sub Base.
Using a compacted subbase (Granular base / hardcore base) will ensure the decorative aggregate is evenly distributed plus allowing for drainage eliminating puddles.
You should aim to address any diesel or oil spills as soon as possible. Although resin is resistant to the majority of stains, more viscous substances, such as diesel can cause problems if left long-term.
Sick of surface weeds? These unwelcome intruders can be easily interrupted by regular raking, which not makes it difficult for weed seeds to germinate, but also helps to level up an uneven surface area, caused by gravel displacement.
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When it comes to preventing weed growth in gravel, there’s no such thing as too many top-ups. This measure can cover the weeds, starving them of essential sunlight, and preventing additional weeds from germinating.
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