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Bloom Landscape Design and Fine Gardening Service
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks8,525
Questions6
What is the plant by the path with the orange flowers?
I love the arches and the plants tumbling over onto the path.
love everything from stone path to rough limbed gateway to meandering flower/plant lined path to
ink illustrations based on Edgar Allan Poe’s stories.Browse hundreds of paths with gateways
rock path, archway all of it
“Slate Pieces with Random Shape; Spaces In-Between” — shellyneri
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Mile High Landscaping
Flagstone Steppers Pull Visitors into this Comfortable Outdoor Room
Ideabooks9,904
Questions1
What is the stone used for path?
Nice path, love the diff sizes. Needs to be blue.
ne path......path idea...Random path....path to the pool...front path...Path in the grass
“Random path.” — Sheila Watkins
Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Informal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
Ideabooks28,332
Questions7
Informal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
Glenview, Illinois landscape design, features blue stone and crushed blue stone path, water feature, garden plants, and wall.
loose material for walks or patios. In this case the bluestone chip gravel path is contained by 4" high x 16' long steel edging. The pieces interlock
to the right of the path and only one to the left. The fountain — the dominant mass in this space — sits two grids away from the path but is centered between
cut-stone pavers from a home improvement center (super affordable), lay out the path. Then alternate crushed rock for easy drainage and ground covers that can
“path” — fairlie
Finecraft Contractors, Inc.
31 Reviews
Exterior porch and walkway
Ideabooks5,706
Questions6
Cobblestone Path paint color for exterior
BM Cobblestone Path 1606...cobblestone path outside...Pebble edging around path...Path idea...Moore Cobblestone Path 1606...Benjamin Moore Cobblestone Path...Cobblestone Path 1606...Cobblestone path bm
“Color” — kabrockway
Landscape Details, Inc
Bridgehampton Summer Cottage
Ideabooks959
Questions0
Walk path is a master piece...stone path...Stone path design...Pretty path!...Unique design of path...Path looks like...very pretty path...Wow this path
“Wow this path” — denannhoo
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Sea Cliff
Ideabooks2,061
Questions2
Garden Path--The type of path you choose will set the pace for how quickly or slowly
you’re trying to get guests to the front door, a straight path makes the most sense. “An entry path is ideally at least 5 feet wide so that two people can
linger,” says Ayers, “curve the path around focal points, like a tree, boulder or berm of land. The most engaging paths curve around points of interest
trying to get guests to the front door, a straight path makes the most sense. “An entry path is ideally at least 5 feet wide so that two people can walk side
Setting the PaceThe type of path you choose will set the pace for how quickly or slowly someone will get to the intended destination. If you’re trying
“Прям по фэн шуй” — marinase
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks6,481
Questions3
Stone path...Flagstone path through grass...garden path...paths around edge...garden stone path with grass...Path to patio...Flagstone path
“Stepping” — kathyjov
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks43,472
Questions5
The planting beds and the paths. Also the layout.
9. Edible beds with inviting paths. Kids get excited about eating their vegetables when they’ve helped grow
Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly marked paths so kids know where to walk (and where not to).More planting ideas in the
9. Edible beds with inviting pathsKids get excited about eating their vegetables when they’ve helped grow them
Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly marked paths so kids know where to walk (and where not to).
the brick paths really make this
“Landscape-29” — singh95
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