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because we have very little , I love moss!

You don't have to have water to have beautiful stepping stones. This perfect example of zen comes from a garden in Tokyo. Check out the website for more great ideas and tips.

Brick path and arbor. Country Outdoors from W. David Seidel : Designers' Portfolio 3940 : Home & Garden Television

⍋Green Gardens⍋ zen, formal, topiary & landscape parks & gardens - step by step through the moss

instead of stone--mini decks from easy to make--might be hard to install on rocky ground

While a beautiful picture and nice space; this yard is doing exactly what magazines and books have been showing in how many years? I dont know, curved spaces/intersecting designs, many materials. Really, its nice but what will the next trend be?

stone path-kind of like a midcentury modern abstract -nice!

The more I look at this the more I can see it as part of our front entrance.... hmmmm, creative wheels are turning

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 ♥

Moss Garden, onze mossen zijn niet zo kleurrijk, maar ze doen hun best

A great idea for "Stepables" that you see at the nursery, making every step release a wonderful scent of thyme, lavendar, lemon, or whatever plant you use.