Concrete pavers are created from molded concrete formed into tiles to either resemble stone or brick, or proudly look like what they are: concrete. If you hesitate to use them for your garden or not, have a look at pros and cons. They are less susceptible to cracking as pavers are smaller, and move independently, the same conditions won’t cause cracking. They help eliminate runoff. The spacing between pavers enables water to permeate the area rather than run off a larger field of concrete. Concrete pavers offer better traction. The joints between pavers provide a built-in device for better footing. They can be more visually pleasing. Pavers can offer a geometry that poured concrete can’t. Now read about cons at gardenista.com.