174,098 garden walkway Home Design Photos

Sterling-Huddleson Architecture
12 Reviews
What kind of grass is planted between the pavers on the walkway?
walkway under arbor in veg garden
Decide on your garden layout. Do you want a separate herb garden? Your options include a formal design, such as a knot garden, or a more casual garden bed. Should the herbs be in a series of containers, maybe on a patio outside the kitchen, where they’ll be readily accessible? Do you want to use some
“landscaping and stepping stones” — ggdesai
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
How the plants line the walkway (idea for the side of my house) and drape over the walkway as well.
are the best ways to use it: In a mixed perennial gardenIn a cutting garden (these were originally grown in Europe for for their value as cut flowers)In all-white gardens, including moon gardensFor foundation plantingsIn an all-astilbe border gardenEn masseAs a woodland border
Catmint and geranium rozanne add ever-blooming color down the front walkway throughout the summer.The walkway and the driveway are made of Chip and Seal, which has an asphalt base, then a layer of liquified tar topped with a layer of embedded crushed pea stones. This gives the look of stones without
“South garden pathway” — cca1
Highland Homes, Inc.
1 Review
Traditional Front Porch
Verandah and garden walkway both brick
pathway with a swoopy one and add a large, round section for off-porch patio seating. And leave the rest of it open. I'd like grass where there's no walkway or cement furniture pad. I want tall pots for flowers! Those huge, glossy-glazed ceramic ones that are like 3' tall!
“keyston gray sherwin williams color on door. beautiful” — janros
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
What type of paver was used for the walkway?
Like the tiny plots of dirt for a garden herb/veggie
few small box gardens for outside the kitchen
planters for herbs & vegetables, cobblestone walkway
My veggie and fruits gardens
raised garden planter boxes
Raised beds and curved walkway
Garden and irrigation
walkway and raised beds
Side yard gardens and walkway
garden beds...Outdoors garden...Garden side...Todds garden?...raised garden beds...Side Garden...Garden path...Garden ideas...Garden boxes...paver walkway...Edible Garden
“Small space raised beds for garden” — Suzanne Smith
Garden design
Nice wood walkway. Kendra would like this down to the lake.
Wood to gravel stone walkway
Pallet the whole back garden
Unique decking walkway
A single line of bearded irises works well in modern water gardens to create a strong line.
Under dock walkway...pallet walkway...walk-way idea?...Walkway to pergola?...Ramp to garden shed...Garden design
“Gravel paths/areas” — carolshughes
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
are made in Portland, Oregon by a place called Natural Yards. The wood is cedar infused with silica. Supposed to be totally safe for vegetable gardening and allows the cedar to be in contact with the ground without rotting away. Really quick to install. Here are another couple photos of planters
Like the use of space and the walkway.
“Bamboo over the wall and the red wood for gardens” — mrkhaley
Mile High Landscaping
Creative outdoor spaces
Walkway material
the layout of the walkway.
Pathwat, curves, border garden.
Walkway near pool area
Path through garden bed
used in walkway...Love the walkway!...Stone walkway...Walkway, patio...like the walkway
“Copertina superba” — hercules007
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Looking to redo our front walkway into something more modern. It's currently 31' long, 4' wide. Trying to figure out the correct size for custom pavers, and the spacing between them
like the plantings and walkway ( but not the grass)
the structure and seasonal plantings at the edge.At center: A graphic walkway comprising 30-inch-square pavers. I love the rhythmic vibe of this treatment. The strong lines have a magnetic quality that holds the entire side garden together and leads the eye to the seating area/patio as its destination
often-used design technique — imagine flipping down your house on its side into the yard — to calculate the dimensions of a garden space).Longer than it is wide, the side garden is nicely divided into thirds, and each slender band plays a part to create its drama and energy.To the left, against the home:
“Landscape” — ronniedoo63
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