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  • jen c

    Bold shapes - 50+ Landscaping Ideas with Stone - Sunset Bold shapes In this Malibu garden, grass circles appear to float on a river of black pebbles that winds through a grove of bamboo.

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    Creative pathway idea: Grass as "stepping stones"!

  • Lisa Feather

    I really love the simple graphic feel here. This is what I am looking for instead of the bare gravel and stepping stone side yard.

  • Michele EI

    Grass circle path - from 41 gorgeous garden paths

  • Scott McKuen

    Bold shapes - Side Yard Ideas - Sunset

  • Dena Clavier

    One of the most creative walkway ideas I've seen involves carving a walkway into your lawn with river rock or pebbles and creating round stepping stones using the grass.

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Ideas to soften the edges of my gravel garden. Note grass planted out into the gravel.

Just thinking, maybe I should add a small tree in my small side yard, along the path I'm going to put in. Hmmm.... (add to my "to do" list) : )

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Steps across a shallow pond hidden in your garden

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It reminds me of Bali but I'm sure this isn't Balinese design (maybe Polynesian?). I'd make sure there are a lot of small fish in the pond tho, just to make sure no mosquito larvae survive.

You will need a lot of stones and some knee pads but,this path is AWESOME!!!

nemt at klippe græs omkring,, græsset vil dog begynde at vokse ind over med tiden, så lidt vedligehold vil der være

This style of paving,called crazy paver is great for when you don't have enough of any one material or just cant make up your mind which to use!

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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.