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  • Terry de Texas

    Thyme-fringed pavers. Creeping thyme (Thymus praecox arcticus): small pink flowers in summer, grows between sandstone flagstone in Old Snowmass, Colorado. Design: Richard Shaw, Design Workshop, Aspen, CO - "41 gorgeous garden paths | Sunset.com"

  • Susie Jones-Benson

    Great Garden Paths - Sunset Thyme-fringed pavers Creeping thyme (Thymus praecox arcticus) grows from 2- to 3-inch gaps between sandstone pavers in this garden in Old Snowmass, Colorado; in summer, it’s covered with small pink flowers. The path, whose pavers are set on a 4-inch layer of compacted sand, leads to a kitchen garden. A standing stone and boulder benches—made of Comanche Moss sandstone and flanking the path—echo the shape of the distant Elk Mountains.

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