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  • Shel Elizabeth

    Lavender, golden Mexican feather grass and Creeping Thyme spill onto a gravel path, in a garden designed by Margie Grace Design Associates. (Photo by Holly Lepere)

  • Heather Boonstra

    41 gorgeous garden paths | Softened edges | Sunset.com Lavender and golden Mexican feather grass spill onto the gravel walkway at left, while creeping thyme peeks out from beneath them. Other billowy path edgers include Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’, blue fescue, Carex albula ‘Frosty Curls’, Japanese forest grass, lamb’s ears, and sage.

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    perfect for front yard - Plant low grasses or perennials along your path. Lavender and golden Mexican feather grass spill onto the gravel walkway at left, while creeping thyme peeks out from beneath them. Other billowy path edgers include Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’, blue fescue, Carex albula ‘Frosty Curls’, Japanese forest grass, lamb’s ears, and sage.

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I know this garden! Absolutely stunning! How I do miss my English Garden! The Walled Garden at Cowdray. Must research MORE on what will grow in our Canadian climate!

This curvaceous walkway brings to mind the meandering path of a small river flowing into the bay. The ornamental grasses and thyme make a natural accompaniment, as they both have a sense of flow and movement.

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Lavender extract - Lavender, like Chamomile, is more than a source of soothing aroma. In its extract form, derived from the flower, it’s a natural way to keep skin soothed and refreshed (it’s gently antiseptic) and help skin cells stay healthy.

lavender קרם גוף לבנדר 200 מ"ל לבנדר בעל ארומה עמוקה-מתוקה, מאזן את הלחות הטבעית של העור, מרגיע אותו ומשאיר ניחוח עדין לאורך זמן. www.mrphbosem.com/

While a beautiful picture and nice space; this yard is doing exactly what magazines and books have been showing in how many years? I dont know, curved spaces/intersecting designs, many materials. Really, its nice but what will the next trend be?