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A mortarless flagstone path that's a practical foolproof project.

a walkway using staggered stone strips interspersed with low groundcovers and stone

North Path, Griffith University, Nathan Campus Brisbane, Australia

Make a path through the garden. Paths offer visual relief from crowded plantings. More important, they make the garden more welcoming and easier to maintain. Consider who will be walking through the garden and in what kind of shoes. This will help you decide whether to go with a soft surface such as gravel or wood chips, or a firm surface such as concrete. A grass path is an easy alternative where foot traffic is low, but it will require regular mowing.