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Using a single variety, such as low-growing sedum or euonymus, gives a clean look. For a more romantic effect, mix sturdy blue star creeper between stones and taller, more delicate dianthus along the edges.

wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme - when I have a stone path way, I want to do this.

Foliage ground covers. Well-placed foliage can be just as stunning as flowers and many are very low maintenance. (just pic, link broken.)

Moss and stone yard....I had a neighbor who did this. She couldn't get any grass to grow so she let the moss take over and just pulled the grass up, it was so pretty and she loved to walk in her yard barefoot because it was so comfortable.

from The Garden Glove

Stepables: Perfect Plants for Paths and Walkways

Stepables: Cool ideas for plants and ground cover for your Paths and Walkways!

from The Family Handyman

How to Build a Stone Path