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  • Jacqueline Zvirzdys

    Love the stone pathway.

  • Lurdes Moore

    Ground covers soften the hard edges of paths and patios. Here, chartreuse Scotch Moss fringes a pond and steppingstones. Others: blue star creeper, creeping thyme uide to cottage gardening | Edgers | Sunset.com

  • Lyndy Ryan

    stone path via sunset

  • sarah melamed

    might be neat to put large stepping stones across the pond...

  • Erin Boyll

    Cottage garden edger plants

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Love this kind of steps, but it's absolutely critical that you have a good source for the stones.

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Kalee Dankner how do you feel about this vertical gardening ive been hearing about?i like the moss.

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