Pass through the bamboo fence and find your way along flagstone-studded gravel paths in this enchanting backyard retreat, where falling water cascades into a lily-pad-studded koi pond and the wind whispers through lush native trees and ferns.
A path made of stepping stones is a simple, inexpensive way to add charm to your landscape. Stone paths offer a practical route for foot traffic from the sidewalk or driveway to your front door and along the side or back of the house.
There is no wrong way to design a flagstone pathway, since you can place the flagstones in any pattern that makes walking across them comfortable. Once placed, edge around each stone, pull the stone off and then dig up the grass underneath. Set the stone back into the indention, then jump on top to set it soundly.