Wonderful “floor” treatment in a garden called “Wrinkle in Time” designed by Karen Stefonick Design. Openings between each concrete paver make room for a permeable detail of smooth tumbled stones. text & image via Debra Prinzing
Belgravia House in London by Todhunter Earle. Even though this is a rooftop garden, the design show would be excellent for any long, narrow yard. Great way to break up the space by making different "zones"!
Mix up texture and colour in you hard landscaping This will be for a cutscene where they are both walking in each others direction along a crowded pavement, and when they walk past each other, they don't even notice each other, and just walk pass.
The hexagon cells that make up each COREgravel panel form a rigid honeycomb design that holds gravel in place and supports load distribution. The underside is a geotextile allowing water to drain easily and prevents weed growth.