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  • Yvette Burnett

    landing stone steps landscaping ideas for our backyard

  • Karen Lindquist

    rustic patio designs | natural backyard rustic backyard landscaping fire pits design patios ...

  • Hedberg Supply

    Love the fire pit area and the stone steps.

  • Melanie Pusateri

    giant stone steps, gravel circle under firepit, upright stone with lighting

  • Kasey Arceri

    Natural Backyard, Rustic Backyard Backyard Landscaping Charles C Hugo Landscape Design South Berwick, ME.... I love the stone steps!!

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info on Landscaping a Hill Like this style for our cottage steps we are planning.

Stepping stones in a shade garden

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Stone Steps Finally! A way to create a sylvan pathway from the corner gate at the top of the bank, winding gradually past the oaks and old sycamore down to the creek. It has the added advantage of permanence and security, since it will replace the old wooden steps. And for some time, I've dreamed of creating a restful spot at the bottom - I could add a bench, or even a writing table!

Pretty step stones...pinner says: For a sunny yard, try using thyme instead of moss. We did that and it looked somewhat like the picture. You could also try using blue star creeper.

Think creatively when designing patios and decking - do you want a contemporary or traditional look?

Stone steps like this would work very well with our rock. Curved steps facing the sidewalk but right by the driveway with a arbor and gate. Someday soon! Stone steps bracketed by Hakonechloa macra

nice perennial garden but the star here is the fantastic flagstone steps & flat stack retaining wall

stone steps I love gardens that are free feeling rather than perpendicular, that is just not me.

Another lovely path. This is more along the lines of what I'm doing in my yard.