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Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
The gravel path was created along my normal route so no one had to retrain me. I love that the slate nuggets don't get stuck between my toes and Mom's really happy now that I don't drag mud into the house! ... Bailey the dog. Photo by Danna Cain
The path, the path edging and the shape of the open structure to the left.
put a path around perimeter of yard
Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people
Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl
patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
dogs love paths too love the daisies
Statile & Todd
Path from driveway to back around garage
Stone path with flowers and plants to side
s/walking path for side of house
A gently curved flagstone path draws pedestrians from the front yard, through the spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From
Common Ground Landscapes
Like the stone path with ground cover
Landscaping and path through our forest
Woodland path with perennials and understory growth.
stone path thru trees and shrub
path - between pool and fern bed?
flagstone path on pine straw.
Path and natural landscape
stone path on pine straw
Path trough woodland garden
Path and flowers around it
Natural flagstone path
Cobble stone slate path
flagstone path in mulch
path through the woods
Wooded path...Beautiful path...Side path...Wildflower path...Forest path...stone path...path behind trees...path for woods?...garden path
Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
Home Farm and Garden
A gravel path leads the viewer around the south lawn, unfolding changing views at every turn. -Chauncey Freeman
what type of rocks are on the path?
The path walking surface is made of 3/4" crushed shale.
like how the rocks line the path
Big rocks to make path filled with smaller rocks
The gravel and the big rocks that line the path.
Gravel path with large rock border
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
Katia Goffin Gardens
North Arlington Residence
Woodland Garden: A curvaceous pea gravel path directs the visitor through the woodland garden located at the back and back side of the house. It is planted with drifts of Erie and Chindo Viburnumns, Oak leaf Hyrangeas, Astilbe, Ferns, Hostas.A row of hollies was added to block the view to the son's
How do you clear the leaves from the path without blowing gravel everywhere? I had crushed granite between flagstone and it didn't mix with my large oak trees that shed
Like this for some of the path way ideas we had for landscaping!
Ideas for path under the tree. A shade garden
White flowers left of path & right of tree. Also grass in lower right corner
Line Separate stone path from other texture
pea gravel path along south side of garage (to
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
View of curved gravel path toward the backyard, showing boulder placement and plantings. Curves are anchored with strategically placed 'Winterred' and 'Hogyoku' Japanese maples. Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras
What is the material for the path? Topsoil?
I'm trying to find right material borders around gravel path.
Hi Lisa--The border on this path is 1/8" rolled steel edging. It has to be secured in place, but it does make nice graceful curves and I prefer it because it doesn't rot over time and I think it looks better than the recycled plastic types of bender boards. Hope that helps you!
Thanks for the question. The path material 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
What is the plant lining the path?
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.
Thank you so much, Kari. I'm getting ready to make some paths in my garden so I just might try your suggestion.
I've seen mixed results with hardener/stabilizer. Recently I was involved in a project here, and learned the hard way 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
layers up to hedge for privacy and dg path
Path borders need to use this method
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
Walking path to the creek. Moss will grow easily.
Small path could go on south side of house
Stone set over soil with planted joints costs much less and uses fewer resources than a grouted and mortared stone path. It also integrates well with the adjacent plantings while adding dimension, texture and pattern to the composition.