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We used to have garden paths like this, but in Arizona, it's almost impossible to maintain, unless you're willing to shade and water 3 times in the summer (May-Oct).... so we ripped it out and went to native plants, which still flower all year long... our neighbors tell us we have the best front yard.... and back yard in the neighborhood.... took us years to perfect, tho!

Stone walkway with Irish Moss (Sagina subulata) between the flagstones.

Beautiful but the plant material might be a tripping hazard. I'd use smooth gray or brown stones for the design instead of whatever plants were used here.

Portland Japanese Garden Outer Tea Garden. Not sure what I am looking at, so I am equally inspired and confused. Is this big slabs of cut granite, filled in with flagstone and mortar. Crazy edging, but it all works...

Around every corner or bend, there should be a surprise! ...Just hope it's NOT a Bear. ;)

Large, round pavers lead to a path of smaller fieldstones.

this is great! I have been thinking about different things to possibly use for a small pathway just like this up to my garden bench that was upcycled from a huge thick piece of wood I got from my son's wood burn pile and Gary nailed into a tree stump that was flat on top ... "pallet wood walkway for the garden via Funky Junk Interiors"

This looks closer to a poppy than a peony. Papaver 'Black Peony' this one, can't wait to see it in flower...