Tuesday, November 25, 2014
traditional landscape by Versa-Lok Retaining Wall Systems
Ground Cover Plants for Stone Walkways - Country Living on We Heart It. weheartit.com/...
Work a bag of dry concrete mix into the soil where stone is to sit, lay stone, water it all in so it sets just like Jello only harder!
This flowing S-curved bed can extend the route through a yard, and trick the eye into thinking the space is larger than it is. This stone mulch bed wanders lazily through the lawn.
The smaller garden shows how even a tiny yard can emulate the grand styles of large formal designs. By setting the paths and planting along diagonal lines, the garden maximizes the available space.
A long, narrow urban garden is broken up with a series of circles into more usable spaces. The shapes are laid along a central axis, creating a formal appearance. They focus the eye toward the center, making the yard look wider.
Small pea sized gravel is used for soft pathways in a garden. Soft surfacing for garden pathways consists of natural materials that include combinations of stone, wood and shell.
Low growing sedum makes an interesting pattern among coarse gravel. Soft surfacing for garden pathways consists of natural materials that include combinations of stone, wood and shell.
Woodland arch. I need this for "White Tail Trail" named after my deer that seem to use it more than me!
Wonderful mix of material for garden path. Cobblestone sectioned between random pattern of bricks (reclaimed bricks offer a softer mellow tone of age along with irregular edges) and plantings of different types of thyme. Bordered with bricks as well.
Stone pathway..... This would look really awesome in the backyard going down towards the ravine. Maybe a little sitting area to relax and to get a little closer to nature. We could sit down there in addition to the front porch or the deck.
Phlox Subulata and a lovely stone pathway in the garden
Top 10 Mediterranean Garden Designs | lavender herb garden | jardin d'herbes aromatiques
Up the garden path, Garden design Chiswick, Arthur Road Landscapes
A lot of planters up on posts to get color at eye level, so that all flowers aren't flat on the ground. All plant are beautiful....love this scene!!
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
The Poison Garden at Alnwick (Hogwarts) Castle, home of the Dukes of Northumberland.