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Ground cover instead of mulch! Looks great and doesn't blow away. Also suppresses weeds! No mulch in English gardens- arguably the best in the world.

Ground cover instead of mulch! Looks great and doesn't blow away. Also suppresses weeds! No mulch in English gardens- arguably the best in the world.

I was feeling a little nervous about my ability to do this project but thankfully I was fueled by my angst over my existing garden path to give it a whirl.

Tips & Tutorial for Installing a Pea Gravel Garden Path

Tips on installing a pea gravel garden path, Backyard DIY project, How to install a garden path, Celebrating Everyday Life with Jennifer Carroll (Diy Garden Paths)

I love the plantings along the wall to surround the patio. Owls Cote English Country Tudor Rhode Island For Sale

Owls Cote Cottage: English Country Style in Rhode Island

I love the plantings along the wall to surround the patio. Owls Cote English Country Tudor Rhode Island For Sale

Anne Decker Architects-pretty bay windows, landscaping, pool house

ANNE DECKER ARCHITECTS designs well-crafted homes and additions that enrich and inform a sense of place.

A perfect English retreat features lots of well manicured boxwoods and comfortable lounge chairs.

10 DIY Awesome and Interesting Ideas For Great Gardens 6

9.5.14 | Gary Brewer | New York Social Diary

9.5.14 | Gary Brewer | New York Social Diary

Thoughts on home...landscaping

Thoughts on home...landscaping

green and white flowers grass,pea gravel, concrete…(grey/white house)

I am going to plant creeping thyme on all our stone pathways.  Lemon thyme smells especially amazing!

I am going to plant creeping thyme on all our stone pathways. Lemon thyme smells especially amazing!

Leaf Magazine Autumn 2012 - Classic Cape - www.leafmag.com

Leaf Magazine Autumn 2012

Nice stone retaining wall w/ bench. Like the size of these stones very much. I have the perfect spot for this to replace an old retaining wall in front of my fire pit.

I'm seriously thinking of planting dwarf mondo grass in my entire yard. It has low water consumption, stays green year round, any you only have to mow once a year!

dwarf mondo grass in lieu of lawn. Tolerant of deep shade, doesn't handle foot traffic well.