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stone path? for snow and ice...
SNOW MELTING PATHS Install a snow-melting system beneath frequently used paths. This
time and money you spend shoveling and plowing your paths and driveway, and make them safer to boot. It’s not cheap, but it may be worth it if you spend a great deal of money and effort on snow removal each winter. Choose easy-to-shovel paths. Gravel paths may look beautiful, but they are nearly impossible
your main paths, choosing a hard material makes more sense. Also remember to make paths wide enough to shovel.
snow melting systemunder heavily used paths
frequently used paths. This technology can greatly reduce the time and money you spend shoveling and plowing your paths and driveway, and make them safer to boot. It’s not cheap, but it may be worth it if you spend a great deal of money and effort on snow removal each winter.
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Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Making the Best of a Forgotten Space
Wrapping around the back corner of the home, past the pool house, a stepping stone path meanders through a perennial garden. Behind the fence panels on the left are the AC units. The natural grade of the side yard has been used to best effect with the inclusion of a low retaining wall. The change in
Small yard with path and nice planting
Plants along the sides of the path only
The path leads from the pool house down to a stone pump house. The curved stone wall to the left is a retaining wall, which provides a grade change; the wood one to the right covers unsightly air conditioners. The place where the path navigates between the two is a "pinch point" that is 7 feet wide,
providing a more enclosed feeling along the path. The wet-laid retaining wall is faced with a sandstone indigenous to the region. The stepping stones are irregular, lilac-colored flagstone. Several plants, including varieties of thyme, sedum and veronica, fill in the gaps between the stones.Other plants
“walkway stones” — Cathy Donley
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Love it, veggie patch like a path border. Out by the pool?
edible front yard: path size and planting bed size
the garden reveals curved pathways between the garden beds. From a distance, the individual beds blend into a sea of greens and blues. Up close, the paths keep the plantings from overrunning the space while accommodating pleasant strolls and access to the harvest.
like your garden well designed, with a little definition and order.Difficulty ranking: Reasonable level of DIY skills needed to build garden beds and paths in between.Key plants: Herbs, companion plants, such as calendula and marigold to deter pests and add colour, herbs and vegetables with interesting
“brick path” — stephen_galkowski
Smalls Landscaping
15 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
love the colors and bench at end of the path
Love this path and garden Now to get these trees
the path and adjacent plantings
Beautiful garden path
Garden path, plants, bench
stone for path and courtyard.
the path...Path to back yard...Path way...nice path...stone path...flagstone path...Garden Entry/path
“garden” — AKassya Flores
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
11,000+ s.f. Residence in Pinecrest, FL
the same bottlebrush with bromeliads attached and rough stone path
side courtyard next to front porch/path to front door
Flagstone path, great irregular path. Overhead branch & fountain.
Organic stepping stone path and simple
In a smaller area, you may need to cut back on the amenities — the pool becomes a fountain, the expansive deck is changed to a small path and a beam-topped patio. Even so, the landscape still reflects the same rich mix of plants that defines a tropical landscape.
“Stone” — victory
Contemporary Landscape
Large horizontal stones to keep path from eroding.
I like the look of the raised geometric stones that dissect the path of broken flag
I like the jagged yet pieced together path.
Boulders, stone path and retaining walls
terraced path for cabin
Retaining wall and stone path
Love the path...Stone path...Like the stone path...stone path and wall...flagstone path...garden path...stone path
“Back yard” — dpalexander99
Aaron G. Edwards Landscape Architect
Bainbridge Island Residence
a non disruptive path through a wooded area
red wooden walk path in yard by the palnts ,really catch the eyes
Create a path through woods
red modern wooden path
Fun red garden path!
Woodland path...Great path and art...board walk path!...red board path...red path...Garden Entry/path
“cool” — Henna Haroon
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
48" grass path easy to mow
grass as path, narrow and winding
path, grass border for west side yard
perennial grasses with mowed path
Grass path into meadow
grasses plus perennials with path
paths, natural flowers and grasses
Lawn path...grass path...Landscape path...grass path
“drought tolerent? plantings?” — jenniferosawa
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