What a beautiful way to make a vegetable garden. Raised beds in a grid, with stone paths in between.
Companion planting garlic with lettuce to keep bugs away.
Flagstone to gravel transition
Something in here about working with a slope and having a naturalistic landscape.
Beautiful naturalistic landscape
Boardwalk with steps, decks, its all here.
Same deck/boardwalk as previous photo, from a different angle.
Inexpensive, casual, walkway--pea gravel, with railroad tie terracing. A border to keep the pea gravel in place.
What a great way to make steps!
Since these stones slabs are relatively rectangular, they would be easier to install than irregular fieldstones.
Various patio areas, even one in the grass around a fire ring. Like camping!
Love split-rail fence and stepping stone path. Very rustic.
How to do a patio in the forest
Not sure I understand the pathway, as it looks like you have to step over the squared-off stone, but I love the fieldstone material and the retaining wall
Yes! Love the fieldstone!
More of the fieldstone intermixed with native plantings
Setting up a landscape, with baby plants and all
Interesting way to control a slope
Looks like it could have happened totally naturally
Nice arrangement of natives.
Flagstone patio, pathway into the woods, naturalistic landscape
Different levels separated by rock walls and steps
How about this riverscape?
One way to deal with a slope. Lovely!
Nice raised bed design
Could do this with flagstones, for a more rustic look.
rip rap bank
love the flagstone
Flagstone patio-combines very large and smaller slabs
Terracing using boulders
Love the stone steps
fieldstone patio and pathways
Great creekbed concept-although the stones seem a bit uniform in size to be naturalistic. Plantings are beautiful, love the boardwalk/bridge
Pink Muhly ( Muhlenbergia capillaris) - could use for "hedge" next to driveway...
Stone patio is raised
Love the flagstone walkway or is it a driveway?
Bright intense colors, naturalistic style, very realistic river bed
Love the river
Lots of repetition in this--the color yellow, a limited use of plants. Also like how the walk deals with the slope and meanders