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Gravel Garden

Attractive gravel garden path • photo via Erin on The Impatient Gardner

Railroad tie and gravel garden/side yard walkway. This would make a great path to my secret garden

Beth Chatto's 5 Favorite Flowers for a Gravel Garden by Kendra Wilson (Beth Chatto's Gravel Garden. Gardenista)

This outdoor room looks expensive. but that's just what the homeowner wants you to think. Inexpensive building materials such as gravel, cinder blocks, and pressure-treated wood form the backbone of the design. Tile backboard and salvaged plywood, stained a soft blue and attached to a custom frame, give the tiny yard privacy.

Tips on Installing a Pea Gravel Garden Path | Celebrating everyday life with Jennifer Carroll

Low-water plants and gravel paths that widen into patios: Water wise landscape design for southwest and Rocky Mountain areas

perennial garden ideas | ... martima and catmint have vibrant blooms - ideal for a gravel garden

This is a wonderful example of putting in plants that will attract the bees needed - the plants like flowering marjoram (and lavender, which flower longer) will ensure that. Borage, of course, is a major bee attractor! Great addition to the productive garden. brookegiannetti.t...

Velvet and Linen: Patina Farm garden Floribunda roses, several different kinds of lavender and cat mint

Gravel path through Beth Chatto's garden - drought resistant and gorgeous

Jardin Toledo 2009: detalle plantación patio. Jardín mediterraneo, grava, jardín seco. Gravel garden, xeriscaping, dry garden, mediterranean

This is also another look I'd like for the side garden moving between the patio and the back grassy area

Create a gravel garden to beat the drought. Gravel gardening tips

Narrow Garden Space of Townhouse This very narrow space on the side of a townhouse is made more interesting by using an interesting paving pattern with tiles and pea gravel, plus a variety of plants in pots.

Love this meandering path and hanging lanterns

How to get rid of snails and slugs. 101 Gardening Secrets Experts Never Tell You>You can also deter slugs by using sand or gravel around the garden. They can't move around without a moist surface. **58 Coffee (caffeine) will kill slugs and snails. Spread used grounds around base of plant or saturate with leftover coffee..I like this idea;~)

TOTAL COST $40+ -Rock Forms; can be found at Home Depot, Lowes, etc for about $9. - 60# bag of Concrete (not Cement!) You'll need approx. 1 bag per "Square" - Water or garden hose - Bucket or Wheelbarrow - Trowel or Block of Wood - Pea Pebbles or Sand or gravel

like the effect of the gray green against the pink gravel for edge, and the foliage serving as the garden edging rather than an traditional hard edging material.

Gravel Paths that don't run away. Smart idea and I've purchased these "drawer dividers" at the dollar store and at yard sales... cool. may just try this for garden paths.

courtyard feel for cottage side garden?....large pavers with gravel in between and low growing shrubs