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Alyson Ross Markley
Great Plant Combinations
Absolutely love the look of this garden. Thanks for your creativity!
The path is just loose gravel
Also in my idea book, http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/9027980/list/5-Garden-Path-Looks-for-an-Enchanting-Journey
picture-perfect scene. One is naturally drawn to the partially obscured stacked stone sculpture yet also wants to linger on this delightful meandering path.The color palette focuses on shades of purple provided by 'Beni Otake' Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Beni Otake') and 'Velvet Cloak' smokebush (Cotinus
rock sculpture and color paths
Chartreuse and burgundy plants -gravel path
Colors, meandering path, single focal point, textures
Repetition is of utmost importance when the traveler designs garden paths. Notice how the use of chartreuse and burgundy foliage
“Path” — frdastaire
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Guest House Cottage Garden
Again, great path idea from patio to garage back door
Path in front of garden reference
natural looking path
stone path, lots of greenery
Guest House Cottage Garden
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
Garden path...Garden/yard !...Stone path...Path to side yard...Garden and path...Herb path.?...Dry garden...Path to creek...Path in garden...perennial gardens...cottage gardens...garden walls
“Backyard idea” — Jordan Schmidt
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Design for your kids. 1. Hint at a destination and create mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner
love the birches with a path
Gravel path lined with trees to bench
Great simple path to a secluded sitting area.
walking down this path or already sitting at the end, reading a Jane Austen novel. Have a great garden path already? Upload a photo to your profile and share it with us! Or keep strolling through the latest collection of beautiful garden paths.
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A rustic garden path forms an allée with a grove of birch trees leading to a low garden wall.
ExplorationNarrow spaces to move through and overhead planes to walk under become powerful additions to a garden's circulation. Walking from one place in the garden to another becomes a unique
“beauity” — auntvicki
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Pottery in the Garden
expand path to front door with bushes and some containers?
6. To populate a garden pathA garden path lined with lovely plants, shrubs and trees is one thing, but pots like these add points of interest along the way. The more unusual or attention-getting your pots, the more effective they will be at leading you down the garden path.
containers. Want a touch of drama, but not ready for too much black? These containers are like jewelry for the garden, beautifully setting off the foliage they contain.See more of this fall garden
“I like the grey pacers in w gravel” — PIDDLE
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
pretty path of crushed gravel rather than stepping stones low maintenance plants
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wandering garden path through thick foliage
but frequent additions of manure and compost increased the soil's water-holding capacity. Lathouris composts all of the garden's green waste and doesn't use a watering system; the garden is extremely self-sufficient and sustainable. Here a pathway lined with bechtel crabapple (Malus ioensis 'Flora Plena')
Absorb the power of natureStudies show spending time in the great outdoors is both healing and rejuvenating, so take a stroll through gardens, parks and bushland whenever you can … no matter what the weather’s doing.TELL USDo you have any tips to get over a break up at home? We’d love to
“Path” — nebs123
Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction
1 Review
stone path
Pebble stone path stepping stones and landscape islands
I consider a garden path an essential. Perhaps leading to a little bench.
paths that zigzag or meander are more interesting
garden path ...maybe on sideyard mix flagstone into the grass?
Well-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or
work for us. The gravel path is reinforced with aged stepping-stones, creating a powerful image in the midst of this peaceful garden. The contrast is profound.
PathwaysWell-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or zigzag patterns, imply movement because they entice the eye with a sense of journey in a way that linear paths cannot. Not all of the route is visible at once, thus creating a feeling of seductive mystery. Where the eye
“path” — tdancy
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
This garden pathway links the front yard to the backyard area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change from week to week. Creeping thyme and other flowering plants fill in the spaces between the irregular stone pathway.
Path from one area to another
Path from driveway to back around garage
Stone path with flowers and plants to side
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
“Xeroscape” — markiemt
Stout Design-Build
Great garden path with lamb's ears
Lambs ears along the side of this path is lovely!
Maybe path down from porch/entry to left around kitchen to new easier path to back yard and lower
ground covers elevate the path to a lovely experience) — and both elements are essential to its success. When plants are slightly askew, not rigidly manicured, their informality is appealing, as is the case here, with soft clumps of lamb's ears forming the boundaries of the path. Tiny ground covers occupy
osus, zones 4 to 8). Shown: Lamb's earsMore: 6 Captivating Roses for an Alluringly Fragrant Garden
Cover the groundGround-covering plants, such as this lamb’s ear (Stachys), are the water-saving gardener’s best friend. Not only do they help retain moisture in the soil, they also protect it from erosion
“garden” — carly_rhea
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