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London Garden Designer
Crouch End Garden Design
8. 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 look at and walk on. This tiled path in beautiful
Meandering path up the slope flanked with gardens
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 look at and walk
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 to the upper reaches of the gently sloping garden, enticing you to explore it all the way to the end.
perhaps a more muted path with shades of gray and beige
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
The paths are nice addition
low plant cover and meandering path
flowers and placement. Not path
path to massing and "drifts of
cool paths going in different directions
Another cool backyard idea...creating some different paths
Using curly rulers, Carolyn created sinuous paths that she mirrored throughout the garden to resemble the rhythmic pattern of the waves crashing against the cliffs below.
Give your living room a feel of the outdoors with wood wall art of your favorite nature scenes. Earthy, neutral pillows...
Yes, it is bluestone, sand set, with crushed rock paths in between. Thanks!
use of pea gravel and gentle movement of garden along path
Love the asymmetry of this path.
considering adding one but are unsure how to make it feel like a natural part of your garden. Take a cue from this backyard. The gravel covering the path leading to the patio is the same color as the bluestone patio. Bands of bluestone have been placed within the pathway, creating continuity and a peaceful
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
Actor's Colony North Haven Village New York
LOVE the path -HATE the grass. Use mazus
This path will be mine! Different stones though.
Stone path to and from house
The path integrated with grass
Grass and stone path
path. easy to mow over
Side yard path...Back path to door...path thru grass...Path stones...Love this path...curved path
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
grass for paths instead of vice versa
Grass path with landscaped beds on either side
grass path between large planting beds
the shaded path bordered by the flower beds
So pretty for a little path
Grass path...The grassy path...Like the grass path...Path to the donkeys
Bliss Garden Design
Suhr-Brown, Bainbridge Island, WA
I love this path! The crushed granite in combination with flat stones looks great. I'm wondering what type, size and thickness of flagstone (?) was used and what sort of width and base layer preparation is best (same PNW climate). Does the path need buried edging to keep the gravel
mortar to keep them from rocking in the gravel. For this path, the gravel is 3/4" clean crushed granite to a depth of about 3". Area is lined with heavy weight commercial weed cloth with seams overlapped & pinned. This particular path has no edging, though I do often use edging. It depends on how
and the amount of leaf litter and debris. This is a fairly open site, but I am sure debris still makes it way to the path. Its best to not allow the debris to decompose on the path otherwise you can end up with weeds in the gravel later on as the debris forms a growing medium. I've found that 3/4"
W 29th Residence
I need to create a path to my front door
What is the material that makes up this path? Slate?
nice path... Pas pire mais pas le plus beau
Stone path with pockets
The natural looking stone path
Path garden...Stone path...Flagstone path...meandering path...Like the stone path...winding path...entrance path
THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
A GARDEN THAT TELLS A STORY
of the plants that were used and the trees that are opposite the path? thank you
What kind material is used for the path
What type of gravel is used for the path? We cannot find white/gray pe
It may sound stupid, but how do you keep all the cut grass blades from getting on you gravel path?
Good choices for paths - concrete, brick, flagstone, pebbles, smooth rocks.
Crushed stone is a fabulous, easy way to create a path with a satisfying underfoot crunch. Just make sure that you lay porous, draining polypropylene underneath the stone and edge it with brick, steel or large stones to keep your stones from migrating.Make your own gravel pathway