ShadeScaping / Stone path to woodland area - This picture shows a homeowner's rock pathway filled with shade loving ferns and smaller perennials.Love the idea of adding a path to our shade garden it adds so much more interest.
Gravel can be a great material for a garden path, especially for gardeners who live in warm-weather climates so don't need to worry about shoveling snow. It drains quickly to keep your feet clean and dry. And gravel gives your garden a warm, natural look.
A serpentine bluestone path from the driveway and entering the rear yard and garden. Plantings with different heights, textures and colors create a wonderful experience and feel as you enter the property. (I like the straight pavers in a curvy path.
This would look really awesome in the backyard going down towards the ravine. Maybe a little sitting area to relax and to get a little closer to nature. We could sit down there in addition to the front porch or the deck. by Mgauna