Garden Design Pictures and Paths - take a walk on the fun side of gardening. Create the path you've always wanted.
Follow the Garden Bricks - Brick paths are tried and true and never go out of style. Their linear nature can help you create goof garden bones and structure. Brick paths, like the one here, compliment the boxwood and large yew hedges and emphasize the classic lines of this garden.
The Secret Garden Path-This easy to make and maintain mulched path weaves between large old roses and mature rosemary. Its soft line is the perfect compliment for large landscape roses. Nothing fancy and fussy here, just plain beautiful.
Paths on the Edge - You can mix and match materials in a garden path, especially those on the periphery of your yard or rose and flower garden.
Here we have gravel and concrete pavers. The materials are matching shades of gray. The light gravel matches the pavers and ties the combination together.
Contrast Colors - A touch of green turns small spaces between pavers into eye pleasing ribbons of color. This is an inexpensive way to make your paths lively in every sense. Start early Spring with seeds and by late spring, you can have this look.
The Lazy S Classic Garden Swoosh-- All you need are a few brick laid end to end and you have defined a path without ever having to dig up the lawn. This path is a great example of the classic path swoosh. The next time you are on a neighborhood walk, look for this classic curve.
Raise flower beds define garden paths- The space you leave on the outside and between the walls of your raised beds always becomes your path. Ideally, when planning make this space wide enough for you and your wheel barrel. The light gravel in this picture and the rise color of the metal sides of the raised vegetable bed create a handsome look.
Garden Design Pictures and Paths- Patterns that make the path
Ever notice how many different patterns are made from classic bricks, square shaped stone pavers and concrete. Here are an assortment of styles, each with their own charm.
Garden Design Pictures and Paths- Beyond the Garden Gate