30+ Spectacular Landscaping Ideas

Use gravel, pebbles and bark chips for practical, versatile garden design.

 

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Versatile Gravel

Pea gravel is useful for walkways, work areas and social spaces. It also fits easily among plants and shrubs and will stay attractive for a long time. Combine pea gravel with ornamental grasses for a stunning design.
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Checkerboard Groundcover

Create a checkerboard design using gravel, wood dividers and low-growing, compact Acaena and sedum.
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Pebble Swirl

Use pebbles of various colors and shapes to build creative patterns into pathway designs.
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Path With Low-Growing Sedum

Low-growing sedum makes an interesting pattern among coarse gravel.
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Use Slate Chips

Slate chips can be used to mulch pathways between plantings in a garden.
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Woodland Path

A path created with bark chips and log rounds blends perfectly into a woodland setting.
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Shape Small Pebbles into Step Sculpture

Small pebbles have been shaped to provide an interesting circular step pattern in stones.
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Meandering Soft Pebble Path

Retain a soft pebble pathway by using brick edging for support. Soft surfacing for garden paths consists of natural materials that include combinations of stone, wood and shell.
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Pebbles Provide Visual Interest

Bricks and pebbles arranged in an ordered layout add visual interest in this example of a natural paving choice suited to a large landscaping design.
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Shredded Bark Mulch Used to Line Garden Pathway

Try shredded bark to mulch pathways lined with plants and stones in a garden.

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