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Where is this taking me? Would be cute for a yard if you lived with a wood line behind the house, then just make the stepping stones in the ground.. Take some packets of the wild flower varieties and sprinkle all around, and lead it towards the wood line! That would be so pretty!

Jan Blok is the forerunner of innovative garden design in Southern Africa.

Create your own enchanted forest with low plants that mix well with large and bushy shrubs, all making way for a rustic stepping path.

Light Green Hydrangeas, In Costa Rica the most Common Color of Hydrangeas are Beautiful Deep Purple and Light Blue, They Grow Everywhere, Brings Back Memories of Childhood Visits ♥

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Ties - Lay it Down: A Guide to Landscaping Surfaces on HGTV | Wooden ties are inexpensive, durable and good for stepping stones, but slippery when wet. Concrete ties offer an alternative to wooden ties that are amazingly realistic, very hardwearing, available in varying lengths and easy to lay on a bed of mortar. The wood-grain pattern provides a sure grip in wet conditions.

Stone pathway in Gibbs Garden - an Atlanta-area estate landscape garden opening in March, 2012