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All stone back mowing, no reseeding, no lumpy surface thanks to the skunks, squirrels, and moles. I may give this some serious thought.

OUTSIDE SPACE: Timber and ornamental grasses garden by Peter Fudge.

Potted plants frame the beginning of a crushed gravel garden path with a mixed border by Peter Fudge.

Most people wouldn't believe the amount of work and planning it takes to get to this point.

peter fudge - trampoline on terrace

What a creative way to make a narrow patio so inviting! Thanks Martha Stewart!

stairs and the idea of a really slow transition for the stairs, like a multi-leveled Provincial terrace, also with flowers as a possibility.

Stone on gravel, though we want a more natural look than this--a dry stacked stone look

Can adapt the materials for a similar plan in any place where grass won't grow. Quattro by Sansiri

Will the steepness of the grade going to the back of the house allow for something like this?