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11 Amazing Rock Pathway Ideas to know in your Garden

Rock Pathway Ideas

Garden design is the process of designing and creating innovative ideas for garden and landscape plants. It gives you a clear idea about how to maintain garden by providing soil, water, sunlight and nutrients to the plants. Materials used to design modern rock pathways are stones, metals, pebbles, glass, and wood.  It not only brings beauty to the garden but also provides fresh air beneficial for your health. Following these rock pathway ideas may help to look the garden beautiful and environmentally friendly.

Terracotta

Terracotta is a Clay ceramic used for various purposes in the garden such as water pipes, roofing tiles, and surface embellishment. You can use this material for designing a wonderful garden as per your requirement. It produces natural exotic fragrances in your garden and keeps the surrounding environment hygiene.

Curves

Curve pathways can be straight, sideways or narrow made up of different kinds of materials. Use stones to bring natural beauty to your walkway. For this choose stones that are (¾) inch thick. Also, Purchase thick stones to display evenly. Using this method helps to protect small plants from stamping and adds beauty to your garden.

Parterre Style

Parterre style garden is originated from French in the 15th century. If you are trying to freshen your garden design with new ideas then opt for parterre style. It’s a formal garden constructed on a level substrate in symmetrical patterns. The borders of plant bed are covered with stones, flowers, mulch, and gravel.  Fragrant flowers, fruits, and vegetables provide wonderful moments along the way.

Elegant Entry

Elegance is the beauty that shows simplicity and effectiveness. It creates a rustic pathway that enhances the cottage air of the house and grounds. Plant colorful perennials along the edges of the garden walkway.  It also encourages the visitors to slow down and enjoy the perennials along the way.

Stone and Gravel

Generally, stone and gravel design pathway are implemented in the garden for solving drainage issues. It’s a traditional gravel garden pathway that provides a landing spot and engages the eye. Stones, gravels are readily available and cheap to use them in garden design. Better to apply in thin layers to create a compact surface. It also protects from damaging effects and bad weather conditions allowing it to permeable.

Straight and Narrow

Straight and narrow design that set diagonally in garden draws attention towards the entrance of your home. Plant Dwarf variety grass between the diamond pattern tiles. It feels good to walk on rock pathways that boost your mood in garden areas.

Geometric Pattern

In the geometric pattern, crushed rock is interspersed with blue stone lends with the layers of visual texture to this path. Wood, bricks, and pavers are the materials used to achieve this pathway. This design is mainly anchored in a rectangular shape. Using this method in your garden creates an eye-catching feature along the path and lessens the risk of shifting paths due to bad weather conditions.

Square Stepping Stones

For a narrow path, stepping stones are a great visual touch. You can actually dress up the garden path with homemade glittery stepping stones or buy pre-made concrete stepping stones. Try using creative stepping stone ideas like button-shaped, pebble mosaic on your pathway that have elevation changes. This technique has a high impact on visitors with low cost.

Broken Beauty

Broken beauty is the irregular bluestone path that provides a transition between front and backyards. You can fill the gap between stones by using creeping thyme or other flowering plants as it gives an appealing scent underfoot.

Modern Marvel

Modern marvel is perfect for landscapes and mini yards featuring (18”*18”) size.  Marvel designs laid as stepping stones and do not need to follow symmetrical line pattern. You can easily grow ground covering flowering plants in between the slabs for a gorgeous look.

Wooden Blocks

It is an inexpensive, attractive way of placing stepping stones in a bed of wood chips. These wooden boards will rot away and need to replace more often than concrete paths.

Start designing rock pathways in your home garden that purifies air, monitors your health and makes the garden look beautiful. If you have amazing ideas about rock pathways in your garden, please share your experience with us.

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