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Jul 28, 2013 7:40 pm Dustjacketattic 321 Notes

Trädäcket, en morgon i augusti. Love the colours here

Granite block path, used in Portland's Japanese garden. Lovely photo by Zeb Andrews.

Uraku-en Garden & Jo-an Tea House, Japan.

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

a walkway using staggered stone strips interspersed with low groundcovers and stone

It reminds me of Bali but I'm sure this isn't Balinese design (maybe Polynesian?). I'd make sure there are a lot of small fish in the pond tho, just to make sure no mosquito larvae survive.

There is plenty of tile and landscaping materials at ReSource www.resourceyard.org

another garden gate with an inviting path.

You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons. They're portals.

Looking at getting rid of grass and putting in paths and plants. I like this path a lot.

Being A Successful Gardener By Building A Perfect Raised Bed Vegetable Garden