A garden path is an aisle that leads you towards a beautiful flowery end, where the sight of blossoms and soul soothing floral aroma awaits you. Isn’t it wonderful?
However, to fully achieve this kind of experience, it should begin with an enticing path that walks you through a garden and/or your yard.
Hence, you will need a few materials, an awesome idea to start repairing, and willingness to finish the whole process on your own garden pathway.
A few retouches won’t hurt you or your pocket, except if you ask for a hand from someone and pay for an extra service.
There are series of garden pathways, which are shown here, that you can do on your own.
Simple bricks, wood, pebbles or gravel can be as decorative as high-end materials.
Add up some pots and flowering and non-flowering plants in the corners, curb it with stones, plant turf grass or shrubs and you too can have a beautiful garden pathway.
You can also recycle some items like used bottles or cans. You just need to be creative.
Garden pathways are a nice touch for any yard… front and back.
Flower shaped bricks are distributed along the grassy pathway. Curbing along the sides are several flowering plants like marigolds and pansies, added with touches of green, purple and yellow leaves from the shrubs.
Rectangular pavers set in the soil lining a curving path. Colorful hyacinths are paving their way just like as the pathway does.
Rectangular pavers mounted on the grass and flooded with colorful blossoms on the corners.
A cool and green bird’s eye view of this garden pathway featuring topiary and up-sized pot decors. A flagstone pathway looks beautiful from the upper view.
A simple sandy pathway through a lush bush. This one does not require anything, just a plain and vacant path is enough.
A curving pathway with diamond pavers filled with blue and white stones is making its way through the trees and is connected with rectangular pavers on the end.
A mulch pathway curbed with green shrubs.
Wood pallet steps with pink and white chamomile.
A flagstone pathway with purple blossoms and green shrubs cornering its lanes.
A wood pallet pathway ornamented with mini fish pond, leading its way towards an outdoor patio.
These flagstones seem to sink and drown with thick green grasses, which is obvious from each stone’s gaps.
This path resembles large and small dinosaur foot prints making its way somewhere else.
Green grasses are the only material used to ornament this pathway. Other than that, purple blossoms and greenery is added on the soil curb.
Cornering the large rectangular pavers are small shrubs with yellow blossoms planted in rows.
Mulch marching on an aisle while these white and maroon blossoms bow on the way.
A ragged flagstone pathway ornamented with white rose blossoms and other flowers.
Trimmed green shrubs fence the mulch as it separates the flowers from the pathway. Mulch is said to be soft and comfortable on the soles of your feet as you walk.
Tight gaps between flagstones show a fitted and neat pathway with its rock curb and colorful leaf shrubs.
Dried mulch cornered with colorful margaritas and daises, accompanied by tall sunflowers.
These flagstone’s gaps are filled in with grasses entering thick bushes.
This pathway features gravel and flagstones aligned in a row. Added to this are also bushy ornamental grasses and plants.
Weathered wood pavers marching in line while green grasses alternate them.
These are pavers molded with leaf skeletons on the surface. You may barely see it at first glance but if you look closely you can see parts of them.
Wood branches cut in parallels lie in line across the pathway as the mini fish pond gives a dewy atmosphere.
White pebbles highlight the pathway as they march along with pink and yellow blossoms.
A variety of spring flowers parading as the flagstones fall in the center line. Present are daffodils, tulips and hyacinths in yellow, blue, white and purple blossoms.
This crooked pathway designed with red concrete and a black and white stone mosaic creates a decorative texture. Medium sized stones are scattered on the sides.
Red blossoms highlight the gravel pathway.
These damp steps with an alley of potted purple blossoms walk you towards a gazebo.
Decorative oval pavers with painted leaf designs. In every other paver is a cottony shrub planted in its hole while edging the pathway are brown, grey and white stones.
Awaiting at the end of the pathway are the potted flowers in red, purple and white blossoms.
Pavers in irregular shapes resemble tadpoles swimming in a river of red water.
A contemporary designed paver and gravel pathway looks as simple as this picture shows.
These blocks were assembled into a pathway sprinkled with white stones to fill in each of its gap while the concrete curb saves them inside the line.
This design is quite detailed and vividly decorated as it shows different patterns. This features pebbles in different colors as well as bricks in different forms and designs.
A wood pallet pathway passing through a cloudy atmosphere of these bushy blossoms.
A grassy pathway is connected by stepping stones and looks alive and vibrant thanks to the beautiful and blooming tulips.
These decorative oval pavers in white and brown pebbles once again steal the spotlight. The side is lined with shrubs trimmed in rounds.
These wood pavers march in pairs to a grassy pathway. As you can see each step is bundled with a pair of elongated concrete paver designed in wood veneer.
Large flagstone pavers will walk you through a paradise of lilies, tulips, hyacinths and daffodils.
A brick curb secures the pebbles inside the pathway while the elongated pavers offer a guided way in the middle of flooding blossoms of chrysanthemum and marigolds.
This stepping stone pathway is composed of elongated pavers and carabao grass.
Portulaca flowers give life to the empty stepping stones.
These stepping stones are made of rectangular paver stones.
These stepping stones are designed as large wood cut pavers. They create a natural look, like a real tree trunk cut in pieces.
A simple assembly of small and big stones could already cover a ground and create a nice pathway. You can also touch it up with ferns to make it more lush.
Oval shaped paver with stones and greenery on the corners seem simple and decorative.
Stepping stones dip into the grassy ground. The tidy trimmed shrubs on the edge look even more pleasing as the line the pathway.
Succulents curbing the pathway while the brick stones and white stones are the coverings.
Block paving seems natural, while healthy green bushes try to get loose on the pathway’s surface.
Let these large stepping stones save your soles from soaking while walking through this watery pathway.
Pebbles, begonias and purple shrubs are a good combination for a simple yet vibrant looking pathway.
A mini bridge on a pathway is a great idea. It is like having an imaginary lagoon in the garden.
Allium purple sensation seem to give light to the gravel pathway, as if they resemble balloons floating in the air.
Cobble stones stacked at the edges with pavers designed with leaf skeleton art.
On the other angle, you will see the beauty of this pathway planted with bushes of begonias and other flowering plants.
This pathway is more inclined with nature as it features bamboo poles organized into a pathway that is heading to a native gazebo.
This pavement is simple and tidy. You will see how delicately these pebbles and blocks are put together in-line with the fine curbs.
These cylinder curbs stand guard to prevent and protect the pebbles from falling off the pathway.
This is a flagstone walkway highlighted with golden rosaries on the edges.
This looks like puzzle pieces scattered on a grassy ground. This hints of fun where you feel like hopping onto each block.
This simple pathway with a few rectangular pavers looks classy because of the bright colored tulips and daffodils.
Clay brick stones shaped in ovals are laid into a pathway.
These elongated pavers are made even more functional as it guides the feet towards an exact end point. Edging the pathway are crushed stones.
These rectangular pavers laying in a line are edged with grasses on one side while there are stones on the opposite side.
A ragged and faded pathway shows the sign of frequent visitors. This proves that plants are well-taken care of because of their healthy and vibrant blossoms.
These stepping blocks resemble cut tree trunks, aligned in a row. The rest of the surface is moulded with stoned.
The bricks seem to interlock with each other but not completely. The irregular positioning of the bricks is an accidental creation perhaps.
This concrete paver pathway matches the brick walls and tidy environment.
Purple blossoms dominate the corners of this simple pathway made of concrete pavers.
White pebbles with brick stones cut into halves while some remain in full shape.
These rectangular pavers, when aligned in a row, will form a useful pathway yet when poured with white pebbles around will turn out as simple and decorative.
Clay brick stones arranged in an interlocking pattern are affixed in grassy ground.
This pathway made of clay brick stones is ornamented with plants, a bird house and a wooden bench on the side.
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