Design ideas for a large classic back partial sun garden in Hampshire with a garden path and natural stone paving.

Haslemere GardenTraditional Garden, Hampshire

A mown path through bluebells and trees lures on a sunny day.

Design ideas for a large classic back partial sun garden in Hampshire with a garden path and natural stone paving. —  Houzz
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Carol Ann wrote:9 Apr 2018
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    Rebecca Smith Garden Design

    Hi Carol Ann,

    The stone used here was from our local builders merchant. It is an Indian sandstone in a light grey. For this path we have not used a concrete base but merely leveled with builders sand. I hope this helps.

Fozia Anid wrote:23 Sep 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Cheryl Freedman added this to 13 Gorgeous Ideas For Garden Paths18 May 2017

    Stay relaxedPerhaps your garden errs towards the informal and gently overgrown, rather than clipped and landscaped? If so, a rough path across your lawn might work. Here, higgledy-piggledy paving stones are set into grass for a casual effect. The path offers somewhere to step without breaking up the overall lush, wild, cottage-garden feel.Concrete stepping stones can be a practical solution in this instance – durable and easy to maintain, with the greenery softening their functional looks.

    Victoria Harrison added this to Ask an Expert: How to Turn Your Garden Into a Hedgehog Haven3 May 2017

    Become a hedgehog championWant to do more? Why not become a hedgehog champion. The British Hedgehog Preservation Society has teamed up with People’s Trust for Endangered Species to launch project ‘Hedgehog Street’. “We are recruiting Hedgehog Champions willing to get involved in helping hedgehogs in their area,” says Vass. A staggering 44,000 champions have signed up so far!Is your garden a hedgehog haven? Let us know in the Comments below.

    Patricia Tyrrell Living Landscapes added this to 10 Expert Design Tips to Get the Most From Your Lawn15 Jun 2016

    Lay a path Negotiating grassed areas can lead to wet feet, so a path may feel like a necessity. A solid path can really visually divide a lawn and look quite formal. Stepping stones, on the other hand, can gently lead you through a space in a relaxed manner. Just make sure the space between the stones is comfortable for stepping from one to the next. Once laid at the correct level, a lawnmower can just glide over them.Be inspired by these 11 standout ideas for paving and stone

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    mailinbala added this to Garden3 days ago

    preferable to have grass with stepping stones rather than gravel/paving stone paths?

    Anna added this to Экстерьер9 Apr 2019

    Дорожка в парковой зоне. слева могут быть низкорослые/кустарнику. Справа - высокие

    Архитектурное бюро "Наследники Бенуа" added this to Дорожки15 Mar 2019

    газонная дорожка с пунктирным мощением

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