25,953 garden paths and walkways Home Design Photos

Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
Convenient location of tool/garden shed to a small garden. Not a fan of the steps
pretty cobbled walkway, ... something like this for
Alternate wood for garden
Gardening. And shed.
Garden path...Path, stairs...Garden nandina...Side yard garden...Garden boxes...Path from steps...walking path...raised garden beds...Great path...raised walkway...Vegetable garden...cobbled walkway...paver walkway...Edible Garden
“Good too” — jennyo1
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Love your work, can you please advise what the plantings are around the treeand the path..is it a perennial groundcover ? Thanks so much.
Why type of flagstone is used in the walk path? Thanks.
industry, the term "steppers" refers to stone pieces 8" to 18" in diameter while "flagstone" refers to stone pieces 18" to 40" in diameter. Since this path contains some larger pieces, it is flagstone. Also, there is a difference between "irregular" and "patterned." Irregular is like this in the photo
Pretty path and lots of windows
Edwardian castle let alone live in one, but we can take cues from the designs of English country homes and their grounds. Soft lawn spaces, meandering walkways, and large trees accentuated by masses of annual flowers are all reminiscent of English country estates — perfect for a clandestine rendezvous away
“Wondows” — Elizabeth Spratlin
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
What's across the path from the lilies. There's 2 different greent plants/bushes.
landscape flows over into the walkway, soft lines
I like the 2 plants/bushes on the left side of the path.
lovely garden walkway with lots of green
Side Garden The side of the house features a lush tropical garden with a walkway leading to a side door.
Green plants along path in foreground
“Landscape idea” — judiefeller
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Thanks! Indeed--this is a chip and seal walkway. The material we used is actually crushed 3/8" peastone.
Gravel walkway between house and poolhouse
sustainable growth gardens around home with native pla
path and garden - for front yard
The outdoor garden design is active and clean.
house. A gravel path is less formal and more naturelike than brick or flagstone.
A long border worthy of a grand main garden fits into this transition space between a brick home and its garage. The room effect is enhanced here, thanks to the connecting breezeway. It gives the broad path a destination
“roomy” — scanmod
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Formal Knot Garden
This formal knot garden with bronze statue sits adjacent to a patio.
Would you please provide the dimensions of the garden? The length of the path and the radius of the circle.
is this varigated boxwood hedge or an alternative Great garden
love to see a long narrow reflecting pond where the path is.
knot garden using boxwood hedging and English ivy as "filler".
Walkway, large center tiles bordered with small stones
It should be pleasant when you're in the midst of the garden, but it should also be visually interesting to look into the garden from outside or to view it from above.
Even if you don't have tons of room for a formal parterre or knot garden, utilizing classic hedge shapes along your front walk is
“topiary and trailing ivy in pedestal urn.” — englandcr2
Benjamin Hill Photography
2 Reviews
From guest hse to main hse walkway
Paver walkway for path to apt.
Walkway could have front entrance
Curved gravel Path with cement/stone slabs
gravel with flagstone path
Simple walkway?...Breezeway, garden...Great walkway...curving path...Garden path...The path...Like the path...garden path
“Slabs” — dp2902
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
Garden ideas for our back yard around the chicken coop
bed to side of path-bird bath, sculpture, torch light, wagonwheel, wheelbarrowsomething in center of bed
stone walkway with stone edged flower garden
use rocks to border vegie garden
Good spot for a stand alone succulent garden
round of rocks for a garden bed with packway
“Stone path” — Gary Kittredge
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
How do you keep the gravel from "spilling" from the path?
Crushed granite path and low maintenance plants
rosemary edge to path make "soft"
natural walkway and different heights of plants
nice walkway if rains dont spoil it
Paths made of inexpensive bulk material. Whether you choose gravel, mulch or decomposed granite, permeable, earthy materials and organic lines integrate seamlessly with the setting, whereas structured paths can read as separate from their surroundings.
“Common spaces or greenbelts be tween homes and housing areas can be designed to minimize fire risk.” — June Scott Design
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