How To Hardscape With Decomposed Granite

How To Hardscape With Decomposed Granite
Decomposed granite is like gravel, but finer and generally more stable.  It’s formed from the natural weathering and erosion of solid granite, a tough, hard, igneous rock. The DG sold as landscaping material is typically composed of fine 3/8-inch (or smaller) particles; some may be no bigger than a grain of sand. Colors vary, from... 
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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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24 Eye-Catching And Creative Garden Path Ideas

24 Eye-Catching And Creative Garden Path Ideas
Garden paths help you creating an impression and an ambience, they are an important part of each garden. You can go for stone paths, wooden paths, mosaic and leaf stepping stones, add greenery or flowers between each stepping stone or keep them simple with limestone, seashell or gravel. Mixing of various ideas is also stylish... 
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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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32 Natural And Creative Stone Garden Path Ideas

32 Natural And Creative Stone Garden Path Ideas
If you have a garden or a backyard, I’m sure that now you spend there a lot of time because it’s so pleasant to stay outdoors! Besides pergolas, outdoor furniture and garden beds you’ll need one more important thing – garden paths. We’ve just shared beautiful pebble paths with patterns, and today I’d like to... 
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