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You don't have to have water to have beautiful stepping stones. This perfect example of zen comes from a garden in Tokyo. Check out the website for more great ideas and tips.

Forest Frolic - A gentle slope relies on shade-hardy plants for textural interest. Big brush strokes of color -from the same plant - draw up the eye through the landscape; here, a bright red stretch of astilbe beckons at the top of the path.

Stepping Stones Use garden stones to create the floor of the room. Set the stones directly on leveled dirt. Use pebbles to fill in the cracks to make an even surface. In damp areas or areas with loose soil, dig a foundation, and fill it with layers of gravel and sand before placing the stone.

Stepping stones...I like the combinaton of grays and drab with the jewel brights

Pathway with Scotch moss (I would have to find something more tolerant for Tennessee)

I love the idea of moss or grass growing between garden stones

Stepping stones to tranquility, imagine a small chair tucked in amongst the plants, perfect to nestle into with a good book.

Ceramics, beads, stones, etc. and and your stepping stones can become unique and personal. Posted on myhomeideas.com Make your own pavers or stepping stones

Two new stepping stones by Fiddlekate (Katie Waller), via Flickr