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from Mail Online

Be it brick or cobbles, paving stones or tiles, if you're thinking of putting in a new path, now's the time to do it, says Monty Don

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from WSJ

Go Ahead, Meander

Pretty herringbone brick path, chunky box balls with an interesting stone bench as a focal point to draw you down to that end of the garden.

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Glorious Garden Paths

A curved pattern adds a sense of movement to this charming garden path. More glorious garden paths: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/outdoor/walkways/garden-paths/?socsrc=bhgpin060712

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Maybe not herbs, but I really like the idea of this kind of structure in the back yard. Pea gravel separates the shaped beds, nice. Choose plants that will thrive in my unfortunate climate.

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from Hometalk

Recycled Garden

I kind of like this idea, especially for an herb garden edging ... and we've got the spare bricks to use, too.

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