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  • Christine A

    Zigzag brick path

  • Irene Lippert

    Path and Walkway Landscaping Ideas - side yard

  • sievert

    We used to have garden paths like this, but in Arizona, it's almost impossible to maintain, unless you're willing to shade and water 3 times in the summer (May-Oct).... so we ripped it out and went to native plants, which still flower all year long... our neighbors tell us we have the best front yard.... and back yard in the neighborhood.... took us years to perfect, tho!

  • Sabryna Mosciski

    Path and Walkway Landscaping Ideas by #garden design ideas #garden designs #modern garden design #garden interior #garden design

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Lovely vignette spots in the garden with natural pebble paths

I bet these could be made w/ some concrete and a homemade mold using old fence planks... I also like the natural look of just using old pallet planks or fence planks laid out in the same manner. garden, untitled, by Maureen Anne on flickr

Just thinking, maybe I should add a small tree in my small side yard, along the path I'm going to put in. Hmmm.... (add to my "to do" list) : )

Garden path idea for side of house - path to be wider with shrubs and vegetation on fence side

Creeping thyme between pavers adds a wonderful fragrance when its leaves are stepped on. -- Irregularly spaced and sized flagstones boost the garden's nonchalant nature. -- A large urn offers a visual relief from the densely planted yard.

Unfussy gravel offers a casual surface beneath a walker's feet. -- Plants spilling over the walkway edge give the garden an established, lush feel. -- Stone pavers act as edging to keep loose gravel inside path boundaries. -- A large pot serves as a focal point to mark the end of the walkway.

Circular step stones, instead of flagstone to connect areas in a clean modern feel

Scents and blooms steal the show along this lushly planted walkway: