Oh, this would really add to the beachy feel! Especially if I use crushed shells for the driveway! Sands, Gardens Ideas, Sandy Beach, Gardens Paths, Sunsets, Garden Paths, Sandy Paths, Pathways, Backyards
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Thyme-fringed pavers Creeping thyme (Thymus praecox arcticus) grows from 2- to 3-inch gaps between sandstone pavers in this garden in Old Snowmass, Colorado; in summer, it’s covered with small pink flowers. The path, whose pavers are set on a 4-inch layer of compacted sand, leads to a kitchen garden. A standing stone and boulder benches—made of Comanche Moss sandstone and flanking the path—echo the shape of the distant Elk Mountains.
Where is this taking me? Would be cute for a yard if you lived with a wood line behind the house, then just make the stepping stones in the ground.. Take some packets of the wild flower varieties and sprinkle all around, and lead it towards the wood line! That would be so pretty!
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