It’s decorative, functional and so versatile. Explore the unlimited uses of river rock in your garden or lanai design at Geobunga’s free River Rock Workshop Saturday, Sept. 22. Geobunga will host the informative seminar at 9 a.m. at 4299 Lawehana St. in Salt Lake, across from Target, and again at 2 p.m. at Geobunga Windward, located at 41-829 Kakaina St. in Waimanalo.

“River rock is the perfect solution for many garden problems,” said Andrew Dedrick, Geobunga executive director. “It can fill in a bare patch while at the same time adding color or retain moisture in a dry area, while also doing double-duty as an accent element.”

Learn about the unlimited benefits of river rock, including ways to:

• Create or define spaces and pathways


• Create a focal point

• Disguise bare spots

• Control erosion

• Divert water

• Add an accent


• Keep soil moist

“We are definitely river rock experts, having sold enough to fill the field level of Aloha Stadium. It’s so popular because it is so versatile,” Dedrick said.

Geobunga offers an impressive variety of river rock hand-selected for beauty and quality. From crisp black and white to tiger patterned, high polish to matte finish and river pebbles to beach pebbles, everyone is sure to find the right color, texture, size and shape of river rock, providing limitless possibilities for your garden design. Starting at $9.50 per bag for crushed marble and $15.50 per bag for river rock, this understated garden element is an affordable way to make a big impact.

“If you have a garden issue, it can usually be solved with some application of river rock,” Dedrick said. “Don’t miss your chance to learn how to use this hard-working accent at one of our free seminars later this month.”

The seminar is free, but space is limited and reservations are recommended. Visit to register, or call 422-4567 for more information.


Geobunga is Hawaii’s best resource for landscapes and hardscapes. With unique garden elements from all over the world, and the best prices, selection and service in the state, each visit brings something new to discover.

Saturday, Sept. 22
• 9 a.m. at Geobunga, 4299 Lawehana St. in Salt Lake
• 2 p.m. at Geobunga Windward, 41-829 Kakaina St. in Waimanalo
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