Gentlemen’s Country Estate - farmhouse - landscape - philadelphia - Groundswell Design Group, LLC. Would dogs be less likely to run on the grass if it were bounded by plants like this yard?

slate slabs, placed even with the ground ~ instant curb appeal. Nice sitting area off the porch too.

Small Front Yard Landscaping Ideas Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas

Freeform slabs of Tennessee fieldstone and Pennsylvania bluestone create a rustic pathway that enhances the cottage air of the house and grounds. Colorful perennials and groundcovers are sprinkled along the edges.

Pictures of garden pathways and walkways

Formal gardens feature straight lines, old brick, tall fountains and lots of color. Take a stroll through some of these beautiful landscapes.

CURB APPEAL – nice entry for guests to walk through approaching your front door / #curb #appeal #frontyard / Seen on: http://breadandolives.tumblr.com/post/94865208644/georgianadesign-hillside-manor-house-buckhead

Stone fence, cute gate, courtyard with stepping stones lined by hydrangeas - all that is charming! Traditional Exterior by Land Plus Associates, Ltd

Never seen anything like this - not what I'm looking for but an interesting concept nonetheless

Dress up the chicken coop Artfully decorated Garden shed. I have the perfect building in my backyard to do this.

Even the large stone stairs seem to spill from an upper lawn to a lower one, as water would spill between ponds, in this scene from the upper, walking garden in this otherwise small suburban backyard east of Seattle.  Imagine the boulders as pondside platforms and the Japanese Bloodgrass as cattails in this Zen-like interpretation of a traditional Japanese rock garden. Design by Sander Groves landscapes, Inc.

Walking garden in this otherwise small suburban backyard east of Seattle. Japanese Bloodgrass as cattails in this Zen-like interpretation of a traditional Japanese rock garden.

Nice DIY garden path.

I like this idea for our front yard, to create a path from the driveway to the front walk. I originally wanted flagstone, but flagstone paths are too uneven for the high heels I usually wear. This would be far more even for walking on.

Weave this flagstone garden path just about anywhere in your yard. There's no thick base to install or difficult cutting and fitting—you just lay the stone over a simple sand bed.

How to Build a Stone Path

How to Build a Stone Path, Weave this flagstone garden path just about anywhere in your yard. There& no thick base to install or difficult cutting and fitting—you just lay the stone over a simple sand bed.

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