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  • Casimer Ledner

    Add a few smooth rocks to a flagstone path to create a more natural look. The change in material also creates visual #garden decorating before and after #garden design #modern garden design #garden design ideas| http://garden-designs-melisa.blogspot.com

  • Schrie Scanlon

    Make It Look Natural- garden path

  • Katy Aughenbaugh

    Hosta Path- along existing stone walkway, surrounded by grass for the doggie.

  • Jenn Young

    stone path - love this!

  • Charlotte Cameron

    Glorious Garden Paths bhg Make It Look Natural Add a few smooth rocks to a flagstone path to create a more natural look. The change in material also creates visual interest.

  • James Goodwin

    Garden pathways

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