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    Garden Ideas, Landscaping ideas, pathway, walkway, bluestone, pathway, flowers, garden, oakleaf hydrangea,landscape idea,Ornamental grasses,perennials,annuals, catmint, liriope, miscanthus,plantings,walkway, Liquidscape

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Regardless of the plant material, I love the plantings on both sides of this pathway to ground it. Looks like it has always been there.

Where is this taking me? Would be cute for a yard if you lived with a wood line behind the house, then just make the stepping stones in the ground.. Take some packets of the wild flower varieties and sprinkle all around, and lead it towards the wood line! That would be so pretty!

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Just thinking, maybe I should add a small tree in my small side yard, along the path I'm going to put in. Hmmm.... (add to my "to do" list) : )

Light Green Hydrangeas, In Costa Rica the most Common Color of Hydrangeas are Beautiful Deep Purple and Light Blue, They Grow Everywhere, Brings Back Memories of Childhood Visits ♥

grass doesn't have to be straight! plus, this is so bright and i love these shades together, it's like a dr. seuss book and i LOVE it and i NEED it ! :D

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.

I absolutely loooooove the garden in the background. The Russian Sage is beautiful against the red and yellow. Looove it!!

Some of us may be lucky enough to tour an Edwardian castle let alone live in one, but we can take cues from the designs of English country homes and their grounds. Soft lawn spaces, meandering walkways, and large trees accentuated by masses of annual flowers are all reminiscent of English country estates — perfect for a clandestine rendezvous away from prying eyes back at the main house.

Our Travira Collection would compliment the mix of contemporary design with nature perfectly.