The purpose of a garden path is to direct traffic though the beautiful array of plants and vegetables in your garden. They come in many styles and sizes. Whether it's a simple, trodden-down grass lane or an intricate stone trail, paths can add beauty and mystery around the bends.
The perennial borders along this worn stone path urge you to follow along to see what's beyond the shrubbery tunnel.
Give an old log a new purpose — turn it into a garden path. The log slices give this path an organic, warm feel. Hmm… Is there a log cabin at the end of this wood trail?
A beautiful mix of stone, grass and mulch gives this path a comfortable appeal. Even with its terrain change, the path guides you nicely through lovely plantings and stones along the way.
A mix of stones and plants accompanies you all the way up the steps of this path. An open wood gate beckons you through.
Take a break on a shady path through the walled garden of Queen Victoria's family home on the Isle of Wight.
Simple square pavers and grass take you for a pensive and peaceful walk through the woods.
The stone path and the climbing rose archway bring you to the best part of the garden.
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