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Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
very awesome gardens and gorgius view
Greek garden with gravel paths, lavender, grasses and ornamental garlic.
The movement of the ocean and the wind is echoed in the garden through billowy plants and meandering paths.
There's nothing like saving the best for last; here is the view from the house across the gardens to the Aegean Sea.See the rest of this landscape
“very awesome gardens and gorgius view” — mjkjrobinson
Barnes Walker Ltd - Landscape Architects
4 Reviews
Restored Cheshire Residence
family garden
gravel drive
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Perello Building Corporation
5 Reviews
Modern Tuscan Estate
What kind of gravel/stone/aggregate used on driveway? Would river jack work? Beamutiful
what kind of aggravate, gravel, stone used? Can you use river jack? Thank you.
That particular stone is 1/2" crushed natural gravel. Depending on your location there are several variations for the source of the crushed gravel.
I find the greatest challenge to a gravel driveway is weed suppression. What do you use below the gravel? Thank You.
@bdnd5093 - oooh yes they do! I would avoid them merely for the unpleasant smell. It's just freaky. And a gravel road is far less expensive than concrete or asphalt and far more environmentally friendly.
Stepping stones and gravel for edging.
this long gravel driveway, each pair taking you one step closer to the destination. Without these trees the driveway would feel more like a road; their addition creates a more relaxed atmosphere.This crunching gravel driveway approach suggests a formal or perhaps Mediterranean home and garden style, with
“chanticleer flowering pear” — cprm135
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Where can I find an ornament like the one in the center of this garden
Like this for a garden. Easy access.
Is this the look you wanted Gary? Again, no pea gravel. Crushed granite is more walkable.
Beautiful design of garden & house
turn this into a raised garden!
circular, rectangular and even triangular gardens. This circular garden might not contain beds of vegetables, but it gets its design inspiration from a humble monastic potager.
If you're going for grand, then this is the way to do it. A traditional knot garden provides plenty of color out front and
“Like yard” — Linda Cantrell
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
47 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
made them stand out from multiple vantage points throughout this Houston neighborhood. The garden borders were made from of boxwood hedges, and the central pathways were made using European limestone gravel that mimics the color of the limestone cliffs of the Aegean and Adriatic Seas. We then completed
design by adding dwarf yaupon, a small shrub that bears a curious resemblance to clouds, all along the borders of the gravel walkways. This helped create the impression that the garden was located on a hilltop near the sea, and that the clouds were rolling across the shoreline. One of the most appealing
equivalent of a Mediterranean garden. The first of these forms was a knot garden centered on the front door, located just in front of the home’s motorcourt. We planted boxwoods in three circular rows that looked like terraces on a hillside. In the center of the knot garden we planted Loropatalum, punctuated
“Square with grass border” — joslray
Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Project Three
part of the back yard drainage that doubles as a path. The berm on the right diverts water, flowing into the yard the, around the swimming pool. The gravel area we are looking is another level of drainage.
Pebbles, rocks, etc as separators in garden...stepping stones, etc.
Nice walkway; pavers mixed with gravel.
“Love the stone pathway” — The Haley's
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