Using Curving Pathways: Create soft meandering pathways instead of those that follow a straight, structured line. Many paving materials work in cottage gardens, including wood chips, stone, old bricks, and flagstone.
The Right Steps-It's only natural to enhance your garden with leaf-shape stepping-stones. We used a large rhubarb leaf as a guide for sculpting these stepping-stones and completed a pretty, sure-footed path through the garden in a couple of hours. Resulting in a total cost of less than $20
Landscaping ideas for sloping yards - beautiful!
Go with Gravel Gravel can be a great material for a garden path, especially for gardeners who live in warm-weather climates so don't need to worry about shoveling snow. It drains quickly to keep your feet clean and dry. And gravel gives your garden a warm, natural look.