A curved pattern adds a sense of movement to this charming garden path. More glorious garden paths: www.bhg.com/…
If you want to get nice feel every time and leave a lasting impression on your visitors when visit your garden, then you could consider laying a stepping stone and pathway combo in it. Walkways are an integral part of every garden and they are not only functional parts, they can easily become a decorative […]
interesting to have a wall like this in a garden… to go through the door it is kind of a neat thing
Attractive gravel garden path photo via Erin on The Impatient Gardner
Lush garden path in Kansas City, Missouri • design / photo: RDM Architecture on The Impatient Gardener
succulents would not work in Oregon But I do love this look
Also from ‘This Old House’, how to lay a gravel path. I would use this material for a more casual home, but remember to choose gravel that compacts together for easy walking. Round pea gravel is not easy to walk in!
I love the classic look of a pea gravel path or patio. What I dont like is pea gravel that gets everywhere, that washes away with every heavy rain, that hurts my knees because its too deep and lo…
Botanical images in stone evoke fertility at one entrance to the Grotto at Waterworks Gardens.
Gravel Paths that dont run away. Smart idea and Ive purchased these drawer dividers at the dollar store and at yard sales… cool. may just try this for garden paths.