Paths are a key practical element in any garden, easing access and keeping feet off muddy soil and lawns.
This doesn’t mean they shouldn’t look good, though. The garden path, including its direction, width, material and adjacent planting can turn it into a design feature, helping to determine the style of a garden.
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