Pea gravel path with brick edging; is too sharp of a contrast? what if there are more plants?
A garden path enhances any backyard. Learn about design factors, limitations and installation techniques for gravel, stone, brick and pavers, along with attractive edging options. Planning a Backyard Path: Gravel Paths
i like the rock-edging, and the plants. use for our front yard?- also in landscaping and plants
Garden Path Stone is a fieldstone with moss and lichen which gives this stone a weathered, rustic appearance. Subtle earth tone colors range from gray, brown, green, and burnt (Diy Garden Edging)
crushed stone paths and green garden goodness/love the hanging lanterns
pathway idea ~ bigger stones keep the gravel in place, gravel allows rain water to drain through. great idea for the path to the vegetable garden
the path gravel and the edging with plants bursting over, repeat of textures, whites dotted to help your eye travel through the garden
Meandering path and hanging lanterns with a perfect use of pea gravel and tumbled river rock.
CLUBHOUSE IDEA Pallets then clad with ply stain on out side raise it up on piles put iron on roof a door a ladder paint in side out side lights on deck and make deck a bit bigger
tips for kick starting your natural playscape project. What kinds of activities, and opportunities do you want the children to experience? What kind of features do you want in your outdoor space?