Garden Paths and Landscape Steps

Marin County Landscape Design. Stone paths, Mosaic paths, Flagstone paths, Stone steps, concrete stepping stone,
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a mosaic carpet welcomes you to a small front yard
“mosaic path” — leslieferriel
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a mosaic path welcomes visitors to a small front yard garden Photo by Saxon Holt.
“m” — kat77ja
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a bold hardscape of colored concrete, black honed granite and mexican pebbles softens the look of a hard surfaced entrance
“Nice pavers/stones” — smehro
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A steep and narrow entry is terraced with local stone to create a craftsman entry.
“stairs” — olga773
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Dry laid flagstone set in a field of gravel leads visitors to a side entry. Low maintenance planting
“Landscape” — rmartorano
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A steep hillside is turned into a lush landscape using salvias, ornamental grasses, pomegranates and other easy care plants.
“steps” — kellyg131313
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low water use plants soften the edges of a native stone staircase
“Low water use plants with native stone staircase” — Your Color Diva
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Verbena, santolina and ornamental grasses hug a stone staircase
“Colour of slabs & planting” — opaqueart
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Marin Landscape Design, a meandering path threw a scented landscape
“nice mix of flowers” — Hanrahan and Sons Fine Woodworking
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a simple row of red zinc pots planted with horse tail (equisetum) line a concrete path
“Planters” — rmartorano
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loropetalum blooming along a flagstone path in the spring.
“loropetalum plants” — potatoe2x
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A slice of Tuscany in Northern California.
“Lavender” — bskruger
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a graceful arc of steps leads to the upper terrace
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a series of metal arbors planted with climbing white roses creates a romantic pathway from the bocce court to the swimming pool in Sonoma Valley
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A terraced stone wall made of Sayers quarry stone . Three Rivers flagstone path.
“Who.” — Christina Kabamba-Syafunko
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A combination of cast stone columns , stair tread nosing and native Carmel Valley stone makes for a charming entry. Wrought iron railings and arbor.
“Columns” — cjw1244
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a cast stone path wanders threw a garden of succulents, cannas, ornamental grasses and subtropicals
“Loro and tall red flower plant” — jenniferlou33
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a flagstone path winds up a hillside planted with California natives and other deer and drought tolerant plants
“long steps” — csangelmd
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a new staircase links the upper terrace with the lower garden .
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a former straight concrete path was jack hammered out and stepping stone pieces were put back in its place. an eclectic planting of succulents and subtropicals line the path
“Succulent ground cover and border” — schrumi
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