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Moss as a grass alternative lawn. Just think....no more mowing, or the smoke and noise that goes along with the mess of taking care of a grass lawn... https://www.puffterrariums.com

I've always wanted a moss lawn, there's something very magical about them. Moss as a grass alternative lawn.no more mowing, or the smoke and noise that goes along with the mess of taking care of a grass lawn.

I like how the small stones make a gradual bank for the pond.

A path made of stepping stones (*tobi-ishi 飛石) placed in a shallow garden pond or stream. The stones (called sawatobi-ishi 沢飛石) serve to extend a path across the watercourse, often lea

Portland.  Been here.  Nice place to hang out, too.  Really has some great landscape treatments throughout the gardens.

I agree with the poster – – the Portland Japanese garden is one of my favorite places on the planet. I think mine will also work well with lots of green around the rocks, making it look more natural. Portland japanese garden~ Been there, oh so lovely

The pretty walk home in Plymouth, Devon, England ~ photo: Hazel Mansell-Greenwood

The pretty walk home in Plymouth, Devon, England (bluebells and wild garlic) - photo by Hazel Mansell-Greenwood

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Marqueyssac Garden Landscapes

Les jardins suspendus de Marqueyssac, Dordogne, France (ok, beautiful place beautiful language.

Emerald green woods moss

Moss and stone yard.We have a section of yard that seems to love moss. This is an idea. Just let the moss grow instead of fighting it. It is easy to pull weeds in moss.

Bitty's Baby Elephant Walk

Too adorable and clever - elephant hedge created by organic gardener gavin hogg in brecon, wales

The Knot Garden At Barnsley House In Gloucestershire England

The herb garden Barnsley House, Gloucestershire - Rosemary Verey's garden knot garden -- photo by John Glover

Giardino Zen - la disposizione di ciascun elemento rimanda ai concetti di equilibrio, calma ed imperturbabilità

Kyoto - Zen garden has 3 features, the sky, the land and the water. The water is represented by raked pebbles in ripples. Stones are the islands (land) and trees represent the sky or heaven. The gardens are quiet for contemplation

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