7 Low-Maintenance Edging Options For Your Garden Paths

7 Low-Maintenance Edging Options For Your Garden Paths
If your garden needs a boost, perhaps it’s time to rethink your edges. Installing new edging is one of the easiest, fastest ways to improve the overall appearance of your garden. Whether you want to dress up a swath of perennials, draw attention to a bench in the distance, or simply keep gravel inbounds, freshening... 
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DIY Nature-Inspired Leaf Garden Path

DIY Nature-Inspired Leaf Garden Path
Remember we told you of leaf-inspired garden paths to make? Here’s a detailed tutorial for one of them. First of all, start making the concrete stepping stones, make a mix according to the instructions on the pack, od it right before you are going to make your path. Place a big leaf on some flat... 
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Hardscaping With Limestone: Pros And Cons

Hardscaping With Limestone: Pros And Cons
Limestone is a perfect hardscaping material, it’s both universal and timeless. What are the pros and cons? The advantages are that it’s time tested, aesthetically versatile – there are many colors available, can be repeated in other architectural elements and has good insulating properties. The disadvantages are that it’s expensive, as compared to bluestone, concrete... 
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How To Cover Paths With Crushed Seashells

How To Cover Paths With Crushed Seashells
Crushed seashells are natural, beautiful, functional, and remind us of the sea, that’s why they are on the short list for topping paths and driveways. A great alternative to gravel, crushed shells can be used on paths, patios, courtyards, driveways, and even bocce ball courts (the shells don’t hold water or imprints from shoes and... 
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Closer To Nature: 27 Cool Wood Garden Path Ideas

Closer To Nature: 27 Cool Wood Garden Path Ideas
There is no garden without paths, and if you want to make your paths more creative and highlight them, then decorate them somehow. Today I’ve rounded up some ideas with wooden garden paths because this material is very natural and has been used for garden paths for centuries in different countries. How can you make... 
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DIY Doctor Who Stepping Stones To Make

DIY Doctor Who Stepping Stones To Make
Need stepping stones for your garden and don’t want to buy them? Want to get something more personalized? Here’s an amazing idea from ournerdhome.com – Doctor Who stepping stones! You’ll need Quikrete, gloves/mask, chicken wire, molds, random round things from around your house, a stick, a pencil. Sift some of the larger rocks out of... 
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