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Yavapai Coral Landscape Gravel
Our cover photo is Yavapai Coral Decorative Gravel 1" crush.
This is a granitic stone material in origin. This pink granite is a variation of light and dark pinks with grains of almost translucent quartz and mica within the Yavapai Coral stones giving it a sparkling look in some sunlit conditions.

Using decorative rock, decomposed granite, crushed stone and gravel, in your landscaping saves your time and money but can also increase property value. Grass is great and a healthy lawn is a vital part of most homes, but usually best for small areas in the back yard to relax on. In front and side landscape area it requires regular mowing, fertilizer, and irrigation that can be eliminated.
Did you know it takes 35,000 gallons per year to properly water 1,000 sq feet of turf, while low water plants use only 15,000 gallons or less for the same amount of space? Reducing the amount of water, fertilizer, and pesticides means landscaping with rock is also better for our environment.
Earth Stone & Rock offers a largest possible selection of decorative stone materials in sizes and colors to choose from. If you don't see exactly what your are looking for on our site, just ask us, we should have that material in our quarry vendor data base.
We can deliver our products in small or large amounts to nearly any location. In California offer garden and landscape designs, many times at no charge, with on site material choosing assistance with product samples available. If you are need of it we also offer job site labor assistance to move and or place our materials easing your work load.

This rock is named after the tribal people whose lands it comes from. Yavapai are a Native American tribe in Arizona. Historically, the Yavapai is literally the people of the sun. They were four geographical bands that considered themselves separate peoples: the Ɖo:lkabaya, or Western Yavapai; the Yavbe', or Northwestern Yavapai; the Guwevkabaya, or Southeastern Yavapai; and the Wi:pukba, or Northeastern Yavapai - Verde Valley Yavapai. Another Yavapai band, which no longer exists, was the Mađqwadabaya or "Desert People", and was believed to have mixed with the Mojave people and Quechan people. For more about these people visit this link.
http://www.ypit.com/about_ypit.htm

Material Size Choices
The use of decorative rock as a landscape ground cover or rock mulch to save water needs to be attractive to be effective. We believe that in most residential landscape and garden installation circumstances this is best done with 3/8" screened rock and not 3/4" screened rock. For pathways and drive areas where foot traffic is expected 3/8" rock materials are best. 3/4" rock works great in very large planterbeds and is important design element in large residential and commercial landscapes. For more creative rock work designs consider using various sizes of rock ruble from 1 through 12 inches.
Rate Per Ton
As a general rule of 3/8" or 3/4" of crushed rock or river pebble material will generally cover a little over 100 square feet of an ground area at a 2" depth.
Rate Per Yard
As a general rule 1 cubic yard of 3/8" or 3/4" of crushed rock or river pebble material will generally cover 125 square feet in a 2" inch layer. A cubic yard of crushed rock or river pebbles material weighs between 2,300 and 3,200 pounds depending upon the type of rock quarried.
Purchase by the Scoop, Skip, Yard or Ton ?
Landscape supply yards are infamous for providing buyers with horrible rates of measurement. In nearly all cases they tell you that "their" scoop or skip is the best deal around and that they always give a little extra. Nothing could be further from the truth. All companies that buy at the wholesale level in our industry pay for their rock by the ton. When buy rock by the tone you are buying value, not hype.
Ask For A Scale House Receipt
Almost any quarry that sells quality rock with a good reputation has a certified scale for weighing large truck loads of rock material. Each "scale house" or "weigh master" issues a weight ticket for the truck passing over the scale. Selling materials by mythical measurements such as the "scoop" or "skip" is the snake oil salesman in the rock yard method for making a quick buck off buyers.
When you pay for materials by ton you know exactly what you are getting. We strongly urge buyer's to request a scale receipt for their orders and not the word of the tractor operator that he put 4 or 5 skips, scoops or yards in the truck.

When ordering use the Purchase Order function at checkout and enter ROCK as your payment method. This will allow you to create an order for a firm transportation quote without having to pay for it at this time. While we have posted transport rates, in many circumstances we are able to ship the order to you for less. You will be given a firm cost on the whole order within a few minutes to a few hours.
Yavapai Coral Landscape Gravel