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  • Leticia Rippy

    blue bottle lights - clever idea for lighting your garden path that uses empty liquor or wine bottles & icicle holiday lights. http://www.gardengatenotes.com/2008/04/22/blue-bottle-lights/

  • Eryn Calfee

    Blue bottle lights garden path border! so cool! Also gave me an idea to drill hole in bottom of vegetable can and put strand of icicle lights in it, maybe cover top of can with colored plastic to tint the lights

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Beautiful perennial flower garden with brick path - love it!

  • Susan Foster

    I can't say how much I love this picture! It's just beautiful!!

  • Lori C

    I feel exactly the same! Sooo beautiful! :)

lavender paths... around my deck

Lovely vignette spots in the garden with natural pebble paths

  • Eleanor Davis

    May just be the answer for North side of house near the woods where grass is so sparse!

One of my favorite gardens in Raleigh

Simple gravel path with straight edge (either hand-cut or possibly a steel edging material); English border.

I love the plants along side the fence, and a pathway next to it.

  • Deborah Starr

    Could be my side walkway, my house is on the lawn side, my hostas love it.

Sweet-smelling path***Research for possible future project.

If i dont live in the city, i want to live somewhere where i can go on lonnnnnggg walks :)

Another pinner wrote, "Add Curves Curving lines please the eye more than straight lines. They also help an area, such as a narrow side yard, feel larger. Click here for more tips to make your landscape seem more spacious"

Simple walkway idea, reusing old bricks. Could also be used as a border.

Looking at getting rid of grass and putting in paths and plants. I like this path a lot.