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    • IP

      can we put the stones into the path?...especialy from oudoor shower to pool deck and towards master suite maybe...love the pea gravel and stepping stone path....from behind poolhouse, from outdoor shower towards formal garden off axis of master......really like the stones centered in the pea gravel, smart!!!

    • Linda Cookson

      pea gravel and stone path // Great Gardens Ideas // ...I love the sound of gravel crunching under my feet.

    • Michael von Hoffman

      Pea gravel path, boxwood and practical stepping stones

    • mary douglas

      pea gravel and stone garden path

    • B Wolfinger

      pea gravel and stepping stone path.

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