Here is a nice way to recycle and reuse old stones and bricks into an informal pathway.
Daily trips to the shed or compost pile take a toll on your lawn, so replace trodden-down grass with gravel, stepping stones or pavers. Or use an eclectic mix of found materials, says Lawn Gone! author Pam Penick.
Mixed paving materials
instead of filling in spots with mulch would much rather use moss, so it is soft to walk on in bare feet
Courtyard garden by landscape deisgner Peter Fudge. Photography by Jason Busch.
Hanging Outdoor Chair
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“This AMAZING backyard space from fellow Sacramentan @urbanfarmstead is pretty much the epitome of outdoor perfection and is so much of what we hope to…”
Pergola connected to house and fence, over dining area in courtyard. fantastic design for narrow patio - James Farmer
How perfect for when we enlarge the upstairs deck someday. Also like the storage for the firewood for the chiminea.
Great path through gravel using raised stones
Small but lovely garden space by Shelley Hugh-Jones Garden Design
Boxwood and Hosta...great texture changes. below hosta, american ginger great plant semi shade or shade
A perennial shade combination of hosta,fern,and lady's mantle set with terra cotta garden art.
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Inter Travel šypsosi. Auginkite savo darželį su gėlėmis ir puoškite savo sielą, vietoj to, kad laukti kol kas padovanos jums gėlių. So plant your own gardens and decorate your soul instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers. - Jorge Luis Borges quote
Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' Astilboides tabularis Chris Gyselen garden design
Paths offer visual relief from crowded plantings. More important, they make the garden more welcoming and easier to maintain.
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