20,619 path Home Design Photos

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Garden design
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rock path with green, stones, plant patches
A meandering path in a squared outline......
2 types stone path...Gravel, brick path...Path materials...RR ties & path...garden path...black tumbled-stone path
“Mix of materials” — Michelle Starratt
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Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Guest House Cottage Garden
Ideabooks2,505
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Easy path with flagstone and gravel
Garden path...Stone path...Path to side yard...Garden and path...Path in garden...greenery around path...path to secret garden
“Flagstone and green” — Michelle Starratt
Asian Landscape
Ideabooks3,520
Questions2
Idea to replace concrete path in backyard.
backyard- increase pebble paths, add mulch around
gravel path with pine straw on sides...Step in path...Pea gravel path...Mix of media for paths...Outdoor path...garden path...mulch around the path...Courtyard path ideas...Rock path...gravel path
“Idea to replace concrete path in backyard.” — johnhey2000
London Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Crouch End Garden Design
Ideabooks1,111
Questions0
Meandering path up the slope flanked with gardens
the use of color for ground steps/paths.
What a fun OMBRE path amongst simple plantings! Evergreen
8. Lay a feature path. A sloping garden is usually
beautiful mosaic path, like this one, that will lead children up and down the garden and fire their imaginations.
link it to your interior with a gorgeous, snaking path that’s fun to look at and walk on. This tiled path in beautiful blue tones draws the eye all the way
Lay a feature path. A sloping garden is usually more visible from the house, so help link it to your interior with a gorgeous, snaking path that’s fun to
Lay a feature path. A sloping garden...A rainbow-hued path of Moroccan tile...Lay a feature pathA garden that slopes
“Interesting way to make a path” — housejunque
www.KarlGercens.com
Country Estates
Ideabooks5,499
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Recently I was involved in a project here, and learned the hard way that dg paths with stabilizers can still get mushy when wet. Before using a stabilizer
pathway. It looks like you've put in a line of metal edging between the path and garden. What type of edging was used and how deep does it go? Thank
Thank you so much, Kari. I'm getting ready to make some paths in my garden so I just might try your suggestion.
Variety of beds with path - another example
What is the plant lining the path?...Path borders need to use this method
“Love the planting” — Emmy Butcher
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks9,439
Questions3
I've always been a sucker for a mossy path
costs much less and uses fewer resources than a grouted and mortared stone path. It also integrates well with the adjacent plantings while adding dimension
Pretty path...moss on path...Moss and rocks path...path with shady plants...Path plants...Moss path...Stone path with moss...Path w/plants...mossy paths...Beautiful path...narrow path...Like the walking path...garage path...Side path
“Geniş aralı taşlar” — akşit inşaat
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks9,171
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This feels like you're on a path to a secret hiding place - kinda fun.
because you can bring a wheeled cart or wagon along the path.Browse photos of beautiful garden paths
casts a dappled shadow pattern on the ferns and hostas below.The meandering path, laid with crushed stone, offers a way to easily navigate the space. It also
“Everything!” — tmorena
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks3,446
Questions2
How do you keep the gravel from "spilling" from the path?
Crushed granite path and low maintenance plants
Crushed limestone path for side of house
Paths made of inexpensive bulk material. Whether you choose gravel, mulch or decomposed granite, permeable, earthy materials and organic lines integrate
integrate seamlessly with the setting, whereas structured paths can read as separate from their surroundings.
Gravel path round front and side...rosemary edge to path make "soft"...Front path. Low in front, then higher
“Devomposed granite” — Michelle Starratt
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