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Garden Border. No directions, but a cute idea. Looks easy to do. Bricks in design with artful varied centers that could repeat. Fun!

Lovely vignette spots in the garden with natural pebble paths

Vallon Raget à Saint-Etienne-du-Grès; Nicole Martin Raget

Royce E. Pollard Japanese Friendship Garden on Clark College Campus -Vancouver, WA; Murase Associates

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.

Beautiful textures and shades of greens...with almost no flowers.

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

This is the first edging I have ever seen that I like. It allows the lawn mower to cut right up to the edge!

Stone setts. I like how these look in a wide border strip like this. (Garden designer Michael Trapp's garden, via The Green Garden Gate blog.)

kaycibabe: Reclaimed bricks used as a garden path.