Stone stairs incorporated into a slope in the existing landscape

How To Make Your Own Stone Stairs

Love these steps with the gorgeous lavender... it would make for a lovely textural and aromatic walk.

Today, I have found for you some garden stone steps that you will have to check. So, let us see how these people decided to make their own stone steps.

OMG...this is stunning.  I want this going up to the field.

Nice stone patio and walkway - what I wouldn't give to have a beautiful garden path in the woods.

DIY Garden Steps & Stairs • Lots of ideas, tips & tutorials! Including, from 'robinson landscaping', these awesome garden steps.

Step by Step! : DIY Garden Steps and Stairs

Natural Looking Winding Stone Stair - there are a lot of DIY projects a handy homeowner can do on his own, but this is one Id leave to the pros! Robinsons Landscaping and Nursery - Gardening For You

The use of natural materials draws your eyes up the stairs, all the while wondering what awaits at the top. The way it is supposed to be down.

Garden stone, slab stairs surrounded by beautiful plantings - Lavender would be nice!

Stone Staircase : DIY site: http://crstone.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-build-stone-or-rock-steps

Large stone stairway from driveway to side of house: Poynter Landscape Architecture

Stone stairs make such a cool addition to your back yard. We love what they did at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, and would love to help you create something similar at Minick Materials.

Stone stairs make such a cool addition to your back yard. We love what they did at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, and would love to help you create something similar at Minick Materials.

Even the large stone stairs seem to "spill" from an upper lawn to a lower one, as water would spill between ponds, in this scene from the upper, walking garden in this otherwise small suburban backyard east of Seattle.  Imagine the boulders as pondside platforms and the Japanese Bloodgrass as cattails in this Zen-like interpretation of a traditional Japanese rock garden. Design by Sander Groves landscapes, Inc.

Walking garden in this otherwise small suburban backyard east of Seattle. Japanese Bloodgrass as cattails in this Zen-like interpretation of a traditional Japanese rock garden.

The different elevations are solved with stone stairs and stucco and steel retaining walls. Boulders and plantings all play together in this front entry scene.

Cement steps wind their way through a multi-tiered garden filled with topiary trees, ornamental grasses, shrubs, and flowering plants.

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