An inexpensive stone walkwayr idea using geometric bluestones.

Inexpensive Stone Walkways and Types

How to Lay a Stepping-Stone Path  By: Roger Cook, This Old House magazine

How to Lay a Stepping-Stone Path

How to Lay a Stepping-Stone Path By: Roger Cook, This Old House magazine diy-garden-paths-sidewalks

Garden Stepping Stones – By finding out the best ways to make garden tipping rocks, you can develop a path that’s attractive and also inexpensive. It’s easy, to boot. Yet first, let me point out that we’re not talking about pieces of all-natural rock in this project (although it’s a terrific material for casual pathways in its very own right).  Concrete is in some cases poured into a mold and mildew to make garden stepping stones. Others, extra interested in saving energy and time than cash…

How to Make Garden Stepping Stones

Stepping stones in perfect lawn grass, leading in an arc to backyard patio, with perennial plants and flowers at rear

Grass/Stone Pathway: These are becoming very popular, as they have so much character and charm. No edging or whipper snipper required. Just mow right over it. Picture compliments of

Flagstone stepping stone path inset in lawn. I really want to do something like this with the grass or moss in-between the stones.

Large New England stepping stones

Garden paths come in many styles, and it is up to you to determine not only which style fits your garden best, but which you can commit yourself to creating and maintaining. A well thought out and organised front yard… Continue Reading →