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53,413 flagstone path Home Design Photos
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
use of stack stone for porch wall, and flagstone for walkway
flagstone path with plants around it
How to use and pick flagstone...patios, seating, pits, retaining walls, steps, pathways!!!
Path with large and small stone
front path for Marty and Kristin
Flagstone and steppers to make a path
Variety of Flagstone for walkway. Nice appearance.
The use and layout of the different flagstone shapes.
How to pick flagstone. If you are mortaring it in to create a patio, you can use a wide variety of sizes, but if you want to have a nonmortared pathway, it's best to use pieces at least 2 feet wide. Flagstone is often organized by type and then packed onto pallets that are wrapped in chicken wire to
project (200) divided by the square footage of the coverage (say, 100) equals the tons of material required (2 tons). So you would need 2 tons of flagstone to make a 10- by 20-foot patio.
Living Space Landscapes
Twin Cities MN
The flagstone path with the bark chips
flagstone path, lighting
Mn flagstones with mulch
flagstones close together with mulch
Flagstone path, under steps
Flagstone path, mulch
plantings, curved path
Front Walk - flagstone path
flagstone path...Flagstone & mulch...Nice path...flagstone path
Arrow. Land + Structures
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
type of path close together pavers
Flagstone at the edge of the border
Flagstone path - front path
Close laid flagstone path
Flagstone path...path to shed...Flagstone path.
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Less Lawn More Garden
flagstone path with gravel (leading to garden beds)
flagstone walkway in gravel N&L: Like how the stone pathway curves
Flag stone in gravel to create a path.
flagstone path idea for rose garden
type of flagstone in the pebble paths (NOT small stepping stones).
random flagstones placed in the gravel :)
Flagstone path with gravel
irregular bluestone path in gravel
for path through lawn area
sparse path with stones
flagstone path through gravel
brick trim, flagstone, gravel combo
Flagstone path in gravel
uneven flagstones...flagstone - gravel...Flagstone path
Common Ground Landscapes
stone path thru trees and shrub
Cobble stone slate path
flagstone path in mulch
path through the woods
flagstone path on pine straw
Path trough woodland garden
Path and flowers around it
Natural flagstone path
Gradual slope flagstone stepd
Flagstone path with bark
Path and trees and plants.
path for woods?...Wooded path...Forest path...stone path...walk path...love paths!...flagstone path...elevated path...Path west...Backyard path...garden path
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
Southern patio and stone walk
material and/or scale of a path is also an effective way to signal the transition into a new garden room.
make a path to your outdoor patio
garden. Larger, more defined paths allow for quicker movement and provide the opportunity to look up from the path to the surrounding environment. This works well to direct focus to features in the distance. Smaller, more irregular paths (such as those made of flagstone or uneven brickwork) require
Smaller, more irregular paths (such as those made of flagstone or uneven brickwork) require visitors to slow their pace and direct their eyes downward. This is a great way to draw attention to the small details in the immediate surrounding area. Changing the material and/or scale of a path is also an effective
Statile & Todd
What type of flagstone is this? I am interested in the same color. Thx
wider flagstone path with pea gravel
A gently curved flagstone path draws pedestrians from the front yard, through the spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From
From the flowering thyme in and around the flagstones to the repeating mounds of perennials (irises and lady's mantle) and soft shrubs (azaleas), the design is inspired and appealing.
curving paths connecting one outside room to the other. Creates a desire to meander and explore.
steppable plants within the flagstone path-pea gravel outside
courses of stone along our north path from street to back yard. I think the territorial boundary should have a visual marker higher than the existing walk.
the path, the plantings, the low flagstone wall