The path to gardens

The path to gardens

Adding paths and walkways are a way to add structure to your garden, besides being easy on the eyes. They also allow you to lead visitors through the garden while providing it with a smart framework and a good foundation.
 

Brick path
Consider a classical approach of using bricks to lay a good pathway out and about your garden. Their uniform thickness and sizes mean that one can come up with various types of layouts and designs for a walkway.

Flagstone walkway
A flagstone walkway is an eye-catching enhancement to any outdoor space or garden. Because of flagstone’s natural look in terms of both colour and texture, flagstone is often chosen as an accent to existing patio areas where walkways and paths abut other types of surface materials.

Paver sidewalk
If you want a sidewalk with greater curb appeal than the typical narrow, straight-sided walkway, concrete pavers give you the versatility to form walkways with gently curved configurations and make them any width you desire. They also allow you to replicate the traditional look of a natural stone or brick walkway but come in a wider array of colors and shapes.

Slate walkway
Slate walkway provides a wider and open pathway in the garden without its rigidness and can be laid out to look more formal or informal according to your need. It requires little or no digging into the earthwork with the use of thinner stone slabs.

Gravel path
Sure, you could spend several days and many Ringgit putting in a walkway made of cobbles or bluestone, but a simple gravel trail won’t break your back or your budget. Gravel is a traditional path material found in formal gardens throughout Europe and Asia and takes little skill to install.

 

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