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Straight Paths Lead to a Focal Point - Straight brick paths have a formal air. Here, the straight path leads both visually and physically to an elegant gazebo that offers a break from the sun. For a finished look, add an extra layer of bricks on the sides of the path to frame the walkway. Different finishes and colors of old brick can be used to ensure that the pathway fits in with the outdoor landscape.

Straight Paths Lead to a Focal Point - Straight brick paths have a formal air. Here, the straight path leads both visually and physically to the focal point.

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Natural Landscaping & Natural Garden Pathway in Bergen County, NJ: Natural Landscape with Natural Garden Pathway in Saddle River, Bergen County , NJ.

Garden paths:  Wiiden a path as it rounds a corner to make your yard feel bigger. Or if you have a long, straight path, design it to narrow slightly at the far end.

Glorious Garden Paths

Glorious Garden Paths Create Illustions Get a grander look by playing tricks on the eye. For example, widen a path as it rounds a corner to make your yard feel bigger. Or if you have a long, straight path, design it to narrow slightly at the far end.

Looks like the entry to a secret garden.

Glorious Garden Paths

Stones and mulch: a good blend Pros A good solution for a path that gets moderate use. Cons Mulch needs to be replenished each year; pavers may shift over time. Tip Use stones that are large, and set them at a distance that is comfortable to walk along.

Tilt Solution  Plants edging a path work wonders to offer views and tame a side yard.    Add a path or two along planting beds on your slope; it'll help make garden maintenance easier.    Gravel and flagstones form a path that hugs the bottom of the hill.    Repeated groupings of shade-loving plants flank the sides of the walkway, creating a sense of intimacy.

Hillside Landscaping Ideas

Tilt Solution Plants edging a path work wonders to offer views and tame a side yard. Add a path or two along planting beds on your slope; it'll help make garden maintenance easier. Gravel and flagstones form a path that hugs the bottom of the hill.

Create Privacy with Plants - Use a mix of big, tall perennials and shrubs to create a wonderful border for privacy.

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Create Privacy with Plants - Use a mix of big, tall perennials and shrubs to create a wonderful border for privacy.

Vereda de jardin

For visual enrichment, use a mix of materials in your brick walkway. Brick and stone create the appearance of a patchwork-quilt path.

use of gracefully arching willow & cryptomeria shrubs and trees, combine for a striking design. use of river rock provides an informal edging.

Landscaping Ideas for the Front Yard

I love color! Ideas for making your yard a brilliant display of color and texture using low-maintenance plants and design ideas.

HOW INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL!! - THE PERFECT PLACE TO HAVE AFTERNOON TEA!!

Idea for East area outside sun room - small seating area. Hillside woodland path to seating area.

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