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Horizon Landscape Company
pathway designs...paver pathway...Curved pathway...The pathway...Pathway Option 2
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
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
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
Quayle & Company Design/Build
what is the material used for the pathway
Expand pathways with larger stones or double
Need easy pathways throughout property.
Natural stone Pathway
Pathway for front along plants
Curved modern pathway
garden pathway...Pathway pavers...Nice pathway...Lovely pathway...cool pathway...Wooden Pathway
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Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Silicon Valley 02 (Design by Myron Grossman)
good idea for pathway from front to back of house on the side
pathway sort of like what we have now but a bit more structured.
small garden pathway
Side of house pathway
Stone pathway...pathway idea...Love pathways !...flagstone pathway
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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!
Pathway with dry rock drainage at side
Built up pathway with dry bed on either side
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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
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
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
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 it to settle the pieces. It allows water
Love the gentle curves of this path and not too obvious forms holding the rocks in the pathway
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 it to settle the pieces. It allows water to drain through, but is hard underfoot.
crushed gravel pathway with rolled steel edging