Garden Paths

By: Meriel Bradley

There are many reasons to include a garden path in your landscaping, but the primary objective is to guide you into and through your garden so you can experience and explore the beauty of your outdoor space.

A path that works well will make your garden more inviting. It will shape and define your garden areas and should entice you to explore and wander through your garden.

There are many materials that you can use to make a path, from loose materials such as gravel and mulch to hard pavers, and stepping stones to wooden boardwalks.

So as you plan your garden space, think about how you could include a garden path or two.

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