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GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Artist made mosaic integrate in a pebbles made path
Add some cool paths and benches and more plants.
Make a path with all my rocks
maybe in the middle of concrete area, or as a path
Need a neat stone path. A must.
stone path. Make the journey through your backyard enjoyable by laying stone mosaic paths instead of the typical concrete or stepping stones.
“like the path” — cathysutherland
Country Estates
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.
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 in wet conditions.
layers up to hedge for privacy and dg path
Garden path idea - Borden and path materials
“Jardim” — matheus2008
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
of the path. What type of gravel did you use?
Wood edging option and CG path
love the idea of the path leading to a seating area
This path is what I was thinking for along the border of the patio hedge
Gravel path with border out of stone.
Path with ground cover boarders
the path to our look-out
pebble path and grass
Path to sitting area
Aluminum edging (along gravel path)
gravel path...love the rock path...Pebble paths
“Pea gravel patch with red wood border” — tingleb33
Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
2 Reviews
Home Farm and Garden
gravel path leads the viewer around the south lawn, unfolding changing views at every turn. -Chauncey Freeman
path lined with rocks but smaller rocks probably.
Paths and Steps Remember that even with a classic gravel path, properly installing the subgrade, the base course and the surface layer can give you a much more durable result. Instead of just throwing some gravel down in your garden, consult a landscaper to get some good recommendations on plastic grids
“window” — Richard Cotten
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
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 blow out of alignment quite easily? Or are they just as "fixed" as
Path at the front of the house
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
at the path. It then percolates into large pipes and drainage basins.
“sentier d'aiguille de pins, caniveau de galets” — Eric Fleury
Quayle & Company Design/Build
5 Reviews
garden path idea + lovely yellow flowers
like the idea of a path with quite high flowers and grasses
Another path option w sand and teak tiles
Winding path with plants on both sides
Bluestone path, dimensional
Love the natural winding path!
curved path, plants along path
A mid-century meandering path.
side yard path...meandering path....Lush path...Gazebo path...walking path...Slate path...garden path
“Try this w galvanized steal n make it look rusty n then spray it w clear coat” — owenmaxx
THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
What kind material is used for the path
gravel path around perimeter of yard.
Curving paths are prettier than straight ones.
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
“Round stones to protect floors” — 9milejan
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Walking path to the creek. Moss will grow easily.
Small path could go on south side of house
the side path to the shower
Stone path with moss
Path and herb garden
stone path. It also integrates well with the adjacent plantings while adding dimension, texture and pattern to the composition.
Side path...The path...Another path...stone and moss path...moss path...n moss path...Shade path...Moss and path...Love the path...side yard path...Path plants...Path w/plants only...Walking path...Outdoor path...stone path
“Great foot path idea” — eyeonlyhave1love
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