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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,266
Questions1
widen rock path with wood chips
Design for your kids. 1. Hint at a destination and create mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner
Gravel path lined with trees to bench
Great simple path to a secluded sitting area.
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to love? This naturalistic mulch path, with 100 percent recycled content, is über-inviting. Strong geometry executed with relaxed materials provides the best of all worlds: a direct path between points A and B and an invitation to linger.
“Very very awesome” — mjkjrobinson
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Country Estates
Ideabooks5,184
Questions6
What is the plant lining the path?
this 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 you.
Thank you so much, Kari. I'm getting ready to make some paths in my garden so I just might try your suggestion.
I've seen mixed results with hardener/stabilizer. 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 or hardener, just ask the manufacturer specifically how their product performs
layers up to hedge for privacy and dg path
Path borders need to use this method
“Hedge protects lower flowers” — lorrainebenini
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks9,821
Questions2
this looked like white pine needles! I would love to do this to a garden path in Montana. Would it have any effect on the natural landscape to use something like this? How long would this last, and is it quite slippery? My path has a slight grade down, and I know pine needles can be sleek. Do they
path for left side of house
placed at the turn of the path is a hard-to-ignore interior focal point. Layered textures provide interest, even though this is a landscape with mostly foliage. Generous in its gifts, this garden beckons visitors to enter — and remain in its presence.
Some of the paths serve multiple functions.
Cunningham did some major grading to keep runoff waters from eroding the property; the hill to the left directs the water to a trench at the path. It then percolates into large pipes and drainage basins.
“Trottoir naturel et fougere sauvage” — mariefrancerioux
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
Ideabooks5,550
Questions2
View of curved gravel path toward the backyard, showing boulder placement and plantings. Curves are anchored with strategically placed 'Winterred' and 'Hogyoku' Japanese maples. Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras
What is the material for the path? Topsoil?
I'm trying to find right material borders around gravel path.
Hi Lisa--The border on this path is 1/8" rolled steel edging. It has to be secured in place, but it does make nice graceful curves and I prefer it because it doesn't rot over time and I think it looks better than the recycled plastic types of bender boards. Hope that helps you!
Thanks for the question. The path material is called 1/4 inch-minus crushed gravel. It's a local gravel made from basalt rock that is crushed, so it packs down well (unlike pea gravel). The pathway was installed with a rolled steel edging to contain the gravel, and a vibrating compactor machine is used on
“Large boulder rock design” — sjaggie
gytis
Garden design
Ideabooks2,606
Questions0
rock path with green, stones, plant patches
gardens in small islands throughout a larger area, variety of path materials. I love paths
2 types stone path...brick/gravel path...Same path...Garden path...paths, curves...Gravel path...path design...Foot path...Great path
“path” — dwjw71
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks2,413
Questions0
wandering garden path through thick foliage
Again - gravel path & plantings
I like hidden paths w/ gray gravel
repetition of plants along path draws your eye through and provides a sense of unity
Weed (Eupatorium spp) and ironweed (Vernonia fasciculata) and cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) — that reach from 6 to 10 feet tall. The meandering paths among these plants are insect highways, especially for butterflies like monarchs and swallowtails (and certainly for birds), who come sweeping down
“Butterflies love alleys. borders and beds contain lots of tall plants — Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium s” — tdunlevy
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
Ideabooks6,531
Questions0
the path to the rear of the garden.
What about a rock garden with meandering path... Something less messy than we have now.
flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but also encourages to the eye to follow the path to the rear of the garden.
Artistic touch. This Aboriginal-inspired garden path is all the more eye-catching because it switches from pebbles to timber halfway along. It leads from the rear
“path” — quest97223
GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Artist made mosaic integrate in a pebbles made path
Ideabooks1,622
Questions0
Artist made mosaic integrate in a pebbles made path
Seating area surrounded by vegetation: overlooking the lawn with an artist made mosaic that integrates in a pebbles made path
Add some cool paths and benches and more plants.
love the pretty stone path good idea
stone path around big oak tree area?
Love the zen vibe of stone path
maybe in the middle of concrete area, or as a path
Need a neat stone path. A must.
11. Lay down a stone path. Make the journey through your backyard enjoyable by laying stone mosaic paths instead of the typical concrete or stepping stones.
11. Lay down a stone pathMake the journey through your backyard enjoyable by laying stone mosaic paths instead of the typical concrete or stepping
“Rock path, bench seat area” — Carrie Kennedy
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