Rock Path. Hand chiseled field stone edge with flagstone.
Use large pavers and river rocks to create a sleek, durable walkway you won’t have to spend time maintaining. Here’s how to do it: First, establish and mark your walkway’s perimeter. Do your best to make the boundary lines straight and exact. Lay your large pavers, aiming to create evenly-spaced columns and rows. Finally, fill the remaining space inside your outer perimeter with river rocks.
Yard is very important corner of your great house because it is the place you can relax in the upcoming warm days. So when you plan to design your house exterior, don’t ignore the yard landscaping. And if you happen to have a yard includes a hill or hillside space than this is the post [...]
How to Lay a Gravel Pathway
DIY Network has simple step-by-step instructions on how to lay a gravel walkway.
flagstone and pebble/river rock
How to Install a Walkway
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Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices. - Gardening Gazebo
do this over the rock/concrete sidewalk that's there now this would be much prettier