Lincoln Park garden designed by Douglas Hoerr (studied side)

gravel path & sitting area close to house. City vibe meets Midwest charm in this harmonious Lincoln Park garden designed by Douglas Hoerr

one of the most beautiful, well-laid-out garden blogs I have seen in a while. Swedish blogger...

pathway idea ~ bigger stones keep the gravel in place, gravel allows rain water to drain through. great idea for the path to the vegetable garden

so green and lovely. . .

Moss covered paths lined with flowering ground cover, ferns, and hosta. This landscaped courtyard has room for patio furniture and a fountain.

Lavender, rosemary and thyme

Purples of the lavender and purple sage, Rosemary in the background (Briarwood Landscapes - Petworth, West Sussex)

Garden with a gravel floor. PIERREDON GARDEN, PROVENCE, FRANCE - DESIGNER DOMINIQUE LAFOURCADE. Photo by Clive Nichols.

Gravel instead? Think of growing a yard this way: mostly gravel (and no sprinklers) but instead wide-spreading plants that can have water efficient water-dripper systems installed.

Pflastersteine und Flusssteine kombinieren

Pavers of a few different small sizes mix with river stone to create a rich effect, simply executed.

Provence inspired garden - next year in my backyard! Love it.

Provence Style Garden Path - edged with lavender, candytuft and cypress trees - via Trouvais

Kurzen und breiten Gärten tun hohe seitliche Begrenzungen sowie eine gerade Wegeführung hingegen gut: Wird der Weg nach hinten hin schmaler, täuscht er sogar eine weitere Entfernung vor.

Inspiration!

Like the large rock with border and wood. Floating deck would look somewhat similar.

Roses are seldom better displayed than when looking down at us from above, so Climbing Roses are the amongst the most valuable of all garden roses. They are perfectly suited to growing over arches and on pillars, trellises, pergolas, pillars and obelisks. Nearly all climbers have the advantage of repeat-flowering, providing colour and interest all …

Roses are seldom better displayed than when looking down at us from above, so Climbing Roses are the amongst the most valuable of all garden roses. They are perfectly suited to growing over arches and on pillars, trellises, pergolas, pillars and obelisks.

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