Gabion Glass Rocks for Sale in a Wide Spectrum of Colors

If you’re looking for a way to make your landscape design really pop, then you should consider our gabion glass to add visual appeal to your outdoor space. Gabion glass can be used in so many different ways -- such as inside of a retaining wall or outdoor fireplace, or as a decorative path in your plant beds. Both homes and businesses alike can add a new look to yards, patios and garden landscaping that will create delightful and inviting spaces.

Our glass rocks are made from totally recycled glass, so there’s no damage to the environment. Glass rocks are an eco-friendly and long-lasting product that will continue to look great, year after year. Whether you use them as part of a water feature or in a gabion retaining wall, the glass rocks will add interest to your space. They can be used with LED lighting to create striking garden landscaping features that light up the night!

We sell glass rocks in an assortment of colors, so you can create the look you want. Whatever color palette you’re trying to achieve, we have colors available to suit your needs. Our products are easy to order, whether you are a professional landscaper or just a creative homeowner.

We can assist you in determining how many bags you will need for your project. As a general rule of thumb, the approximate fill rate for calculating how much glass rock you need is 90 lbs per cubic foot. The gabion glass rocks are generally 4"-6" in diameter and ship in bulk bags on pallets. We can ship up to 2,200 lbs per pallet/bulk bag.

Check out our gabion glass rocks for sale today for a versatile, strong product you’ll enjoy using for your landscaping needs!

THESE STUNNING GLASS ROCKS MAKE A GREAT ADDITION TO A GABION WALL, PLANTER, FIRE PIT, WATER FALLS,  ETC.

THEY ARE MADE OF 100% RECYCLED GLASS WITH A VARIED CHOICE OF COLORS AND SIZES  TO FIT YOUR DECORATING IDEAS.

ADD LED LIGHTING TO MAKE YOUR PROJECTS COME ALIVE !

Glass rocks are sold by the pound and can be shipped in 50 lb bags or in super sacks which hold around 2,000 lbs each.  

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