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Alabama Crimson as an Erosion Control Buffer

Updated: Dec 8, 2022

Learn all about Alabama Crimson and why it makes a great Erosion Control Buffer and Aesthetic addition to your Landscape

Alabama Crimson Metamorphic Rock

Color: Red, Orange, Light and Dark Grey

  • Formed from Shale, Sandstone & Clay

  • Found in Northern Alabama

  • Minimizes Weed Growth and Prevents Erosion

  • Ground Covering that Insulates Plants

  • Provides Excellent Water Filtration

  • Aesthetically Pleasing

* Also called Cedar Bark Rock

“Alabama Crimson Rock is one of the rarest rocks and is actually accidentally man made. It was formed from old mining companies that were searching for new sources of coal.”

During their search for coal the miners would discard shale, sandstone and clay into piles that formed small mountains that eventually caught on fire and caused the discarded materials to metamorphosize into something completely new, never seen before in the world of rock.

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