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. Pink Flowers, Gorgeous Gardens, Gardens Paths, Thyme Thymus, Sunsets Magazines, Sandston Paver, Stones, Gardens Design, Creeping Thyme
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Ribbon effect Bands of thyme running between 2-foot-square sand-washed concrete pavers stripe a winding path in Alamo, California. The bold look adds structure to the blowsy backyard meadow of tawny Carex testacea grasses, accented with pink ‘Maori Chief’ phormium and yellow kangaroo paw.
Bellingham Garden - I love this idea for a garden path - flat stone, mos, other keepsakes....the idea of fixing keepsakes into your home garden pathway is a phenomenal way to leave 'legacy' where you have lived. Incredible opportunity to leave special marbles, heirloom toys, broken china cups, shells from vacation, etc....