There is one problem that is common to all paths made from stone slabs and that is how to fill in the spaces in between. One answer is to use gravel or small pebbles, but a more attractive solution can be to plant low-growing ground cover flowers or herbs. This has the advantage of extra color when the flowers are in bloom and sweet fragrance from herbs such as thyme or marjoram. This collection of ideas comes from the Top Dreamer website.
Paths and walkways are an integral part of every garden. They allow you to get from one place to another with an ease. But, your garden path don?t need to be only practical, but decorative and charming. This can be done by planting interesting plants and ground covers which will add color and interest to them and to your entire outdoor living space as well. All you need are varieties that can stand foot traffic. And if you thought that the list of plants you can use for this purpose is short, you are very wrong. There are so many of them to choose from. Just like any plant, ground cover plants require care?and most of them spread and multiply too.
Keep reading if you want to know which plants are most suitable for your paths and walkways.
Go to the next page to see the fascinating pathway designs you can copy for your garden.