Would take a lot of stones, but I'd love this look on the side of our house (aka No Man's Land)

Garden Path Ideas

Would take a lot of stones, but I'd love this look on the side of our house (aka No Man's Land)

concrete + granite blocks path >>  it's the idea of arbour and slatted gates/panels which interests me..

concrete + granite blocks path >> it's the idea of arbour and slatted gates/panels which interests me..

Creeping thyme. Plants in crevices soften lines and stop paths resembling concrete deserts.  Photograph: GAP

Gardens: plants for cracks

Creeping thyme. Plants in crevices soften lines and stop paths resembling concrete deserts. Photograph: GAP

SoHo Garden Terrace Townhouse (com Deborah Burke Partners)

Double Feature: Gunn Landscape Architecture / Vert Gardens

mixture of stone/pebble brick paths w/ flagstone steps edged in boxwood hedge topiary accents -- Designer Dominique La fourcade, one of Provences best-known Country Garden Designers -- Clive Nichols garden photography

mixture of stone/pebble brick paths w/ flagstone steps edged in boxwood hedge topiary accents -- Designer Dominique La fourcade, one of Provences best-known Country Garden Designers -- Clive Nichols garden photography


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Round pebbles in the path work well with the rounded box hedging. Giving this garden structure but softer than it would be with straight lines.

Round pebbles in the path work well with the rounded box hedging. Giving this garden structure but softer than it would be with straight lines.

Lättare att ta sig fram och framför allt snyggare med stora plattor av natursten i trädgården.

Lättare att ta sig fram och framför allt snyggare med stora plattor av natursten i trädgården.

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