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This is an example of a large craftsman front yard stone landscaping in Milwaukee.

Brookfield - Eclectic Craftsman

Uplighting of birches with path and wall lights. Westhauser Photography

This is an example of a large craftsman front yard stone landscaping in Milwaukee. —  Houzz

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mjnash wrote:November 14, 2011
Ann Becker wrote:May 10, 2016
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    The photo you chose along with your question does not show the type of path you are talking about. I'm not sure if you just picked the wrong photo or maybe your question was meant for someone else. I will tell you that pea-gravel can be difficult to walk on because the round nature of the pebbles makes them roll. Angular gravel like the granite stone mulch we used around the foundation of this home tends to lock together and is therefore easier to walk on. All decorative stone mulch will have some issues with trying to remove debris like leaves and twigs. The bigger and therefore heavier the individual pieces of stone are, the easier it is to use a leaf blower to clean out the areas.

    James

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Shorter. One near the driveway and the rest scattered throughout.

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