7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Ideas & Projects • The Garden Glove
Classic DIY garden walkway projects can be done in a weekend, and can seriously up the anty on any garden design. Even adding a simple DIY pathway from the street to the front door adds value. Try out these walkway projects to give your garden a smart framework and foundation.
Brick Garden Rugs with Margaret
The work of artist Margaret Kerr combines her lifelong interests in landscape architecture and textile design. In gardens throughout East Hampton, New York, she creates what she calls brick rugs -- flat brick structures reminiscent in size, shape, and pattern of antique Persian and tribal Oriental rugs. Margaret first experimented with this art form in 1986 when she created a brick walkway for her family's medieval herb garden. Today, when developing a pattern for a new rug, she always...
Gravel Stabilisation Grids, Metal Lawn Edging, Grass Protection Rolls & Grids, Drainage, Artificial Grass, Rubber Grass Mats - Core Landscape Products
CORE Landscape Products manufacture, supply and sell online gravel stabilisation and grids, aggregates, drainage systems and artificial grass for driveways, paths, car parks, sports fields
404 - El Blog del Decorador
Me encanta esta solución para el jardín, dejar encasillado el árbol con pastelones y piedras. Un buen detalle es el foco en el piso para iluminar el árbol desde abajo en las noches. Ojo con la mesa construida en obra que aparece en el fondo. Sin duda, la cantidad de vegetación y de verde ayuda a compensar laRead More »
2010 Chelsea Flower Show Highlights: Details | PITH + VIGOR
Chelsea Flower show round-up – day 2 – I am finding that perusing the details of the all the show gardens and displays at Chelsea is actually better online than in person….no jostling of crowds and the camera captures these small things so much better than the entire view of a garden. For judging the …
Create a Pebble Mosaic - FineGardening
The potential applications of pebble mosaic are amazingly diverse, the materials are relatively inexpensive, and the results can be spectacular. I’ve used this medium to craft stepping stones, pathways, patios, walls, steps, ponds, fountains, and edging strips for lawns.