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flagstone garden path - I also have flagstone paths through my garden - love the way they age and get mossy.

BelleWood-Gardens - Diary Love this rustic, casual edging. This would work nicely on the slope in the back to help with the washing.:

BelleWood-Gardens - Diary Love this rustic, casual edging. This would work nicely on the slope in the back to help with the washing.

Charming Curves...mulch keeps weeds down and conserves moisture. Curved flowerbed border. Plants chosen in mostly similar hues. Round paving stones lead visitors through the grass border. Hardscape structures - tall birdhouse adds whimsy with function.

Use geometry to contrast or complement the flowerbed's curving borders repeat in the gentle edging of lawn. Plants chosen in similar hues.lavender, light purple, and fuchsia offer a soothing color for the garden. Love this garden!

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Lovely spot in the garden.Oliver and Rust: Colourful flowers and a vole update Nice for front yard

Gardening Tips for Beginners: Designing a shady garden

(Shade garden ideas for erosion control near sidewalk steps) Three Dogs in a Garden: A Garden Over Twenty Years in the Making (Part The colors, textures and placements of plants are spectacular.

Woodland Garden path

"Designing with Stone", Rock can make digging difficult, but it ensures a steady supply of stone for working into garden design, as shown in this simple path cutting through a perennial bed, post by marthastewart

Vegetable boxes incorporated into small yard. Note the trellis at the back of each bed. This would be very pretty along the back and provide a place to attach vines and fruit branches.

Hiver dur et long, jardin à repenser .... - Prenons le temps

*** LOVE THE TRELLIS IDEA AND THE STONE PATHS! *** Vegetable boxes incorporated into small yard. Note the trellis at the back of each bed. This would be very pretty along the back and provide a place to attach vines and fruit branches.

Stone pathway..... This would look really awesome in the backyard going down towards the ravine.  Maybe a little sitting area to relax and to get a little closer to nature.  We could sit down there in addition to the front porch or the deck.

Stone pathway laid amongst pebbles plantings include Echinacea, Hydrangea, Astilbe, Marguerite and Achillea.but those stepping stones need to be closer together.

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Clamshell Alley - Rustic - Landscape - portland maine - by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC.

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