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Horizon Landscape Company
4 Reviews
rock pathways
pathway designs...paver pathway...Curved pathway...The pathway...interlock pathway...pathway / walk
“paver pathway” — 225226
DesignBlue, Inc.
Are the lights along the pathway, low voltage?Who is the manufacturer?
Square cement steps w/ black rock fill, contained by wooden boundary so there can still be grass alongside pathway
pathway, has interest
Like the pathway design
Pathway with clean landscaping
The pathway stones...pathway with rocks
“Well organized, ability to have some foliage in addition to the walking path.” — Ava Setzer
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Pathways: Wider is better. Good garden design dictates that once a visitor is inside the garden, he or she can easily navigate the space. The width, shape and substrate of the pathway continue to tell the story. A narrower, winding pathway invites exploration, evokes mystery and slows the pace of the
visitor so that attention is paid to details. A straighter, wider pathway is more utilitarian with regard to moving visitors from one point to another. An acceptable width for a typical garden pathway is generally 3½ to 4 feet, although pathways designed for solitary exploration may be as narrow as 2 feet
feet. The garden of the extrovert, however, may sport pathways of 5 or even 6 feet in width. The extra width encourages more than two people to walk side by side and can make for a gregarious space.Keep in mind that pathways constructed of stone, brick or concrete may be more friendly to heeled shoes than
“oversized pavers” — Molly Kisel
Country Estates
Is this pathway compacted dirt or some other material?
Love the feeling of 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
natural pathway. DG path. You could achieve a similar look in a wetter climate by removing the layer of topsoil and adding it to the adjacent planting bed. Layer some thick gravel toped with grit to finish the look. Ask supplier how their DG holds up in wet weather.
very small pieces and silt-like particles. It comes in a reddish-tan color that will fade to a lighter tan over time. Decomposed granite is ideal for pathways and rustic patios, and can also be used as a topdressing around arid plants. It's sold by the cubic yard.Cost: DG is sold by the bag for around $3
“Hardened pebble path” — hil12pm
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
This garden pathway links the front yard to the backyard area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change from week to week. Creeping thyme and other flowering plants fill in the spaces between the irregular stone pathway.
I would like to know what type of plants are used along the pathway?
“Walking path with natural plantings” — harmfamily
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
retaining walls define edges, thresholds, and overlooks, and thick slabs of salvaged granite embedded in the earth provide gathering terraces and pathways. With balance restored, brilliant seasonal drama unfolds.
What is the material used for this natural pathway? Is it a kind of mulch? Thanks!
Built up pathway with dry bed on either side
“Path” — frenchspeak
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
pathway up hill
Crushed granite pathway
Pathway option for hill
Small DG pathway for dog
Gravel pathway...Pathway design...Pebbled pathway...pathway to access...Like the pathways
“Junipers” — mcou2
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Melville
love the flagstone pathway with Irish moss
yard, a meandering pathway leads to the more secluded backyard. Interplanted with Irish moss (Sagina subulata), the flagstone paving introduces another level of hierarchy in floor materials.Warto selected cherry laurel trees (Prunus caroliniana) that slightly bend and arc into the pathway, allowing visitors
brightens shady corners along the way. Espaliered Little Gem dwarf southern magnolias (Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’) line the other side of the pathway.
“moss growing in between paving stones” — mystical_15
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