12,744 garden path stone steps Home Design Photos

Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
2 Reviews
of the path can stand up to moments of careless trampling. A nice idea is to use tough ground covers with aromatic foliage between stepping stones or flagstone
the path can stand up to moments of careless trampling. Tip: A nice idea is to use tough ground covers with aromatic foliage between stepping stones or
heavy traffic. Paths can become hot, dry zones in the garden due to reflected heat. Keep this in mind if you live in a hot climate.If your path is likely to
with aromatic foliage in between stepping stones or flagstone paving. The fragrance is released when the plants are stepped on. Look at plants such as lo
Hardy to drought and heavy traffic Paths can become hot, dry zones in the garden due to reflected heat. Depending on your climate, this could be something
growing the stones? Do some research.
“Pool” — Alan N Michele Rutherford
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Stone steps on sloped garden
hill steps...Stone steps...For the path down...Split level and stone steps...The gardens...Natural stone steps...Stone height...I like natural stone steps.
“Wild look” — Leslie Baker
Andrew J Coleman
1 Review
Private Residence
Hi, What are the lighting fixtures on these steps? Thanks!
Path lighting for walkway and rear steps along raised garden
needed are light fixtures alongside the steps. The style of these outdoor lights fits in well with the overall garden, so they're equally decorative during
Stacked stone and slab steps...Garden steps...steps to front door....Large steps...Natural stone steps...rustic garden...like steps with wall...Path side of house north...outdoor lighting and path...lighting the stone steps...to main garden...Steps back yard...Lights for path
“stone” — Andy Luke
6 Reviews
Patios and Walkways
are these patio stones home made or purchased? Any more info on them?
These patio stones were purchased by the homeowner. Unfortunatley, I do not know from what source.
Unusual stepping stones...Stepping stones...Garden path...Stepping stone path...stones to the garden...Love stepping stones, informal look....path way...Garden ideas...Foot paths...I like stone pavers...Homemade stepping stones with girls...Like pathway in this garden.
“Leading to a water wall or something?” — Reba Neil
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
anyone know what the variegated grassy/strappy plant is at the verge of the path?
Where can I get the rocks uses to make the path way
Paths into the woods...stepping stones...Shade garden...Walking Path through trees...Beautiful path. Love outdide...whimsical path...stone walk way...landscape, ground plants, stone path...grasses along path...Stone walk...Garden entrance...Nice path...NC garden...Blue stone path...Low maintenance path
“Would make for an excellent stroll through nature. lovely” — Cameron Lewis
Rutgers Landscape Design
13 Reviews
Elegant Estate
What are the stones used for the steps made of? Do they have a particular name?
the use of greenery around stone steps
steps up to meter box from drive...side steps...Boulder steps...Garden at front- easy grasses...stones and grass steps...Rock steps...Steps to path...stone steps...backyard steps...stepping stones...natural steps...rock path
“Rock stairs” — tmausbach1
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Casual Elegance in Westchester County, NY
ever-changing journey given the blossom-filled, year-around-splendiferous gardens that now hug the walkway and stretch out to the property lines. Soft evergreen
evergreen hedges and billowing flowering shrubs muffle street noise, giving the garden within a sense of embrace. A fully functional (and frequently used) convenient
vacationland. Mission accomplished. With the addition of the stunning old-world stone fireplace and pergola, this amazing property is a welcome retreat for year
Love the plants on the side of the walkways/steps.
“brick steps” — Cheryl Allen
Andrew Renn Design. Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design. Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design. Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia email me - andrewrenn@gmail.com
soft feel of crushed stone pairs well with heavier brick for a nice juxtaposition of color and pattern that really pops in a garden.
stepping stone idea instead of concrete
“caminho” — David Lima
Garden/Path/Entrance Help needed!
I have a very formal front entrance with a flagstone path. On the right side of the house, I have double stairs going to a brick patio in the back and...
Need advise about new path stepping stones
I took my front yard lawn out to replace it with waterwise landscaping. I am using recycled concrete pieces to make a path. I heard that I can color the...
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