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Soften the edges of your flagstone pathway with thyme and succulents for a step-worthy walk! See more path ideas: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/outdoor/walkways/garden-paths/?socsrc=bhgpin062612

Soften stones' edges Ground-hugging plants such as thyme and fescue (left) add visual interest between stones. Lavender next to the path also softens the edge of the walkway.

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9 Ways to Create a Garden Path Smart garden path materials effectively balance aesthetics and functionality.

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Creeping Mother of Thyme Seeds - Low-maintenance Ground Cover (Fast Growing, Hardy Perennial with a Beautiful Color and a Wonderful Lemony Fragrance) - gardenfuzzgarden

Smart garden path materials balance aesthetics and functionality. See the pros and cons of using materials such as gravel, turf, dry-laid pavers, mortared paths, wood mulch and stones.

9 Ways to Create a Garden Path

Stone and Mulch Pathways. For heavier use sections. Low-lying plants can grow inbetween.

Creeping Thyme (thymus) in pathway stone pavers in drought tolerant California xeriscape garden with oak trees by ollie

💖 LOVE this flagstone garden path with Creeping Thyme between the stepping stones! Creeping Thyme (thymus) in pathway stone pavers in drought tolerant California xeriscape garden with oak trees

Dry creek bed footpath

At first glance, this area looks like a dry creek bed somewhere in the Cascades. Actually, it's a cleverly designed footpath that leads from a driveway to a house. The path is composed of flat stone slabs edged by rocks that shore up planting beds

Distance between the stones is good; don't want grass KG

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Use these garden edging ideas to lend character, definition, and texture to your landscaping beds.

Opt for gravel instead of customary cold concrete for a warm natural look in your garden.

Glorious Garden Paths

Gravel can be a great material for a garden path, especially for gardeners who live in warm-weather climates so don't need to worry about shoveling snow. It drains quickly to keep your feet clean and dry. And gravel gives your garden a warm, natural look

Star-Studded Path - A galaxy of tiny, pale blue stars fills this garden path. This ground cover, Pratia pedunculata, also known as blue star creeper, blooms from late spring through much of summer.

Star-Studded Path - A galaxy of tiny, pale blue stars fills this garden path. This ground cover, Pratia pedunculata, also known as blue star creeper, blooms from late spring through much of summer. I like this non-traditional garden border!

There are dozens of low ground covers and creeping perennials resilient enough to withstand being walked on. Notice how much (or little) the pathway you're thinking of planting is used and choose the right perennial for your pathway.

Outdoor Pathway Perennials

There are dozens of low ground covers and creeping perennials resilient enough to withstand being walked on. Notice how much (or little) the pathway you& thinking of planting is used and choose the right perennial for your pathway.

Flagstone path, pots, benches

Flagstone path, pots, benches ~ not a bad idea for my front lawn ~ I can use the preformed mold I have to make a flagstone looking path.

(1347) A Front-Yard Garden in No Time by Tom Peace. This guy has talent! Also, a good list at the end re: good clumpers and fillers. | Pinterest

A Front-Yard Garden in No Time, by Tom Peace. This guy has talent! Also, a good list at the end re good clumpers & fillers.

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