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The Garden Design Studio
1 Review
Dallas Residence 1
What is the filler/ground cover around the steps?
Simplicity is sometimes best. As with the previous example, step planting can work better when a single species dominates. West Coast native
Dichondra (Dichondra occidentalis) encircles these clean-looking poured-concrete steps.
love the steps in the grass...I like the greenery between the steps.
“The steps” — johncarne
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Common Ground Landscapes
13 Reviews
7 Mile
Whats the cost per step? Looks great! I want to do the same thing
a slab stone step is stacked on top of the back edge of the one below it and compacted gravel under the rest of the step.
imagine. Steps in this photo are New York Bluestone and were installed in Northern Michigan. On average, you could expect to pay around $350 per step installed
sides of the steps would be around $25 per square foot.
Prices for landscape construction vary region by region, as you can imagine. Steps in this photo
average, you could expect to pay around $350 per step installed. The boulder retaining along the sides of the steps would be around $25 per square foot.
curving stone steps outlined in rock and
steps for North side of the house
“tiny garden lanterns” — artangerine
10 Reviews
Maya Steps - Ottawa, Canada
Easy to make steps -- just need someone strong to help me!
Interesting stones for steps....man-made
stone steps...Love the Steps...stone deck to patio steps...Steps with specialness....steps to lake...rock steps...i love the steps...for sidewalk steps...White color of steps...Love the steps....large stepping stones...Maya Steps - Ottawa, Canada...Maya Steps
“Fire pit and stone steps” — jezza35
Scot Eckley Inc
1 Review
Alfresco Living
depth in terraces, metal, grass steps
Raised beds in stone, grass steps
Love the idea of grass steps...beautiful steps...Grass steps...the steps in landscape...grass steps...corten steps...For the slide steps...Cool and unique steps...Lake steps...Lawn steps...Grass on the steps
“beautiful steps” — facadeofverity
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Steps. Flagstone steps in the garden create a very organic, natural look and can last for
stable and secure steps. This is not a place where you can afford to have any shifting; people will be walking up and down these steps, after all. If you
Decomposed granite path. Blend mortared, stacked flagstone steps with boulders and cobbles as needed for soil retention. One color palette plus three
sloping part of your landscape, it's best to hire pros to make sure the steps are built securely.
“Love the stairs” — trebboah
Sundance landscaping
Sundance Landscapes
steps up to top of yard?...stepping stones...stone steps...Rock steps...Steps outside...Natural Stone Stepped Path...garden steps...Slab steps...steps for slope...Steps on hillside
“Curved shape of steps.” — dofe
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
stone - more broken, some steps have 2 rocks others more
I like the stone steps and the ferns. I also like
Natural step path...Foliage around steps...The steps...Step stones...Backyard steps to lower patio?...stone steps...simple hill steps...Backyard step...Lake steps...steps and ferns...Steps and fern
“A bit overgrown looking” — tracync
Stone Farm
5 Reviews
Maine Coast Stone
Steps created by using Maine coast stone slabs. Ben Woods/Site Structures Landscape Inc.
Steps for the side of the yard by garage
I like the plants against the house with the steps.
Outside steps!! Backyard!!...Stone steps...Rough solid steps...side steps...stone pieces as steps...steps up slight embankment...Garden steps...Steps for side yard idea...Kauai house steps
“Natural stone risers.” — The Lazy Gardener
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