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Bob's Tip of the Day: Your driveway can either absorb water or shed it. Some driveway materials, like brick and pavers, are permeable because the little spaces between them allow water back into the ground where it belongs. A driveway that’s covered in a nonporous material like concrete or asphalt needs to be pitched in a way that directs water away from your home, or it needs a drainage trench along the side to divert water.

flowering ground cover, gardening, landscaping, flowers LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers, I'd use the one in the picture, or purple thyme or something like Sweet Vernal grass (vanilla scented)

Great mold for building a stone path or patio - Mold can be found for around $20 (different shapes) - Quikrete 60 lb. Concrete Mix $2.94 - Not bad for 89c a square foot - Can be colored...

These are becoming very popular, as they have so much character and charm. No edging or whipper snipper required. Just mow right over it. Picture compliments of www.american-stone.com