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Flagstone Path Ideas | The concrete (or perhaps bluestone) rectangles on this path give it a ...
Would love to do around the pool -multiple levels of rock as a border looks neat and orderly but still natural. Also, many great landscapes at this site!
One purpose of soil is to support roots, Lima says―if you create another way to hold them up, you could even plant shrubs. Along a 40-foot wall, she built a 7-foot frame fronted by marine plywood and corrugated plastic (ridoutplastics.com). She stapled on two layers of synthetic Tuf-Felt (sutherlandfelt.com), cutting slits in the outer layer, then slipped in and stapled down 400 plants.
Beautiful- Garden borders -- romantic roses, soothing hosta foliage, and cheerful container combinations -- lend charm to the intimate setting of the dining room terrace.
Dream Stream - This stream is actually a series of small water features -- each cascade, fall, riffle, & run is individually crafted so the water moves at a pleasing rate while making a delightful sound. Tip: Run your stream over different materials & at varying depths to create a variety of delightful gurgle sounds.
Showy foliage, including Japanese forest grass, offers dramatic visual interest. -- To counteract the warming effect of pavers, consider groundcovers to cool key areas, such as wide gaps between stones. -- Herbs -- oregano and thyme, for example -- are good drought-tolerant plants for a garden. -- Planted and mulched areas on a slope also provide a spot for water to soak into the ground.
Steps were created from sawn Antique Leuders limestone, with internal positive drainage provided by granite gravel fill. Hidden drip-tubing irrigation waters the plants, which are primarily succulents, including stonecrop (Sedum), chartreuse Japanese stonecrop (Sedum makinoi 'Ogon'), ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayensis), crassula, various Echeverria cultivars, and hens and chicks. Image courtesy of Root Design Company.
Japanese garden Nice small tsubo-niwa. Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center. More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless you're supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall & narrow, 1 low, long and large, and one low, round and small is standard, but having the round small one furthest back, and the tall one so far to the right instead of sort-of-but-not-actually centered between others are both unusual choices.
garden. immediately thought of Link to the Past's Hyrule Castle or Ocarina of Time's Forest Temple. is that bad?
Traditional Design: In this traditional garden design, stepping stones set on the diagonal draw the eye up the steps and to the stone urn, naturally leading you through the garden. From HGTV.com's Garden Galleries