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  • Becky Smith

    Great idea for a little used side yard. I like the moss/pavers, they make an interesting walkway.

  • Pamela Nowell

    Moss patio - like a giant chess board. Creeping thyme for green squares

  • Smart Homes for Living

    Stunning picture of a checkered grass patio. Almost like something out of Alice in Wonderland! - #garden #backyard #outdoors #smarthomesforliving

  • Tobi Lamberson

    "Secret Garden" feel! Garden path. Faux patio. Garden whimsy

  • Laurie Glossy

    Fantasy backyard. Love the checkerboard yard #stepping #stones #outdoors #bench #concrete

  • Alyssa Lewis

    Great idea for the backyard patio

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