Flagstone Walkway This handsome and durable flagstone walkway makes a great addition to any yard. Expert Advice: Choose flagstones that are at least 3/4-inch thick; thinner pieces crack more readily. Purchase stones of fairly uniform thickness so they will be easy to lay evenly. Buy about 10 percent more than you think you'll need to allow for waste and breakage
Flagstone path like this one. Its wide and gentle curves form generous planting pockets filled with Mazus reptans, a flowering ground cover. We are actually making a flagstone extension sidewalk and I wish we would have used the flowering ground cover. I LOVE Flagstone + Paths! ♥
Front sidewalk idea...@Lynette Lawrence-Kirk...a curved front sidewalk instead of striaght???
Great idea for low water - low work gardening/landscaping for the hell strip in front of a driveway or sidewalk. Pavers, gravel, rocks, succulents. Pavers & trim for rock garden tropical landscape
Clean Lines: To add texture and color, frame a driveway or sidewalk with matching planters filled with spiky greens. (Or lemon grass to prevent mosquito's.)
Recycling old sidewalks