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Judy's Gardens & Design
Los Altos Garden
This type of path for backyard...Backyard path...Path idea...Natural path...Like the path and landscape...Path and non-grass...Stone path...landscape path...outoor path to gazeebo...Windy path...Path front
“Slight change of elevation in walkway.” — josullovan
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
path to massing and "drifts of flowers - perfect
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
flowers and placement. Not path...The paths are nice addition
“Stones” — littlecurtains
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
5 Reviews
Actor's Colony North Haven Village New York
LOVE the path -HATE the grass. Use mazus instead
Stone path to and from house...Path way to pool equipment....path thru grass...Grass and stone path...Path stones...path to fire pit...path. easy to mow...Love this path...curved path
“path to fire pit” — blueberrygirl
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Melville
I like the stone path and the water feature
moss between pavers, plants beside the path
I like the stone path with moss...Want this path WITH moss too!...Side path...Outdoor path...stone path...flagstone path...Narrow path...Path from...Path with moss...Garden Entry/path
“sideyard pathway with flagstone and ground cover” — dcastrobran
Stout Design-Build
to traverse this walkway) and the beautiful (the ground covers elevate the path to a lovely experience) — and both elements are essential to its success
case here, with soft clumps of lamb's ears forming the boundaries of the path. Tiny ground covers occupy the crevices and cracks and knit together the
Great garden path with lamb's ears
“Lambs ear” — Angela Harkins
Aloe Designs
14 Reviews
W 29th Residence
I need to create a path to my front door
What is the material that makes up this path? Slate?
stone used for the path is an fun and elegant way to create a playful yet classy walkway
Flagstone meandering path...The natural looking stone path...Like the stone path...Outdoor path...Path garden...Stone path...entrance path
“Interesting textures, plant combination on left next to path” — colorsmith
THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
type of gravel is used for the path? We cannot find white/gray pe
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
What kind material is used for the path...opposite the path? thank you...Add some paths to the garden...Love the path...gravel path...gravel paths...Path for backyard...A clean path...Add some paths...path for dog...courtyard paths...Crusher fine path....curved path...FRONT PATH...garden path
“I like the meandering pathway and the green planting alongside it.” — aislinggray
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Suhr-Brown, Bainbridge Island, WA
I love this path! The crushed granite in combination with flat stones looks great. I'm wondering
of width and base layer preparation is best (same PNW climate). Does the path need buried edging to keep the gravel in place? Finally, what about durability
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
stepping stones on 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
weight commercial weed cloth with seams overlapped & pinned. This particular path has no edging, though I do often use edging. It depends on how clean a look
“like the gravel with the stone would like more stones” — kenandann
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