Natural pebbles refer to pebbles formed naturally. Pebble is a stone with a radius of 4 mm to 64 mm. It is smaller than cobble and larger than gravel.
Natural pebbles are by-products of yellow sand mining, so named because they resemble pebbles. As a kind of pure natural stone, cobblestone is taken from the sand and gravel hills produced by the uplift of the ancient riverbed after the crustal movement thousands of years ago. It has experienced the impact of mountain torrents and the constant squeezing and friction during the process of moving water. The main chemical component is silicon dioxide, followed by a small amount of iron oxide and trace elements and compounds such as manganese, copper, aluminum, and magnesium.
Natural pebbles are taken from the river bed. The colors are mainly gray, cyan, and dark red. After cleaning, screening, and sorting, they are widely used in public buildings, villas, courtyard buildings, paving roads, parks and rockeries. Bonsai filling materials, garden art and other high-level superstructures. It not only promotes the ancient culture of the East, but also embodies the classical, elegant, and authentic style of the West.