Beth Chatto's 5 Favorite Flowers for a Gravel Garden by Kendra Wilson (Beth Chatto's Gravel Garden. Gardenista)

Euphorbia ‘Blue Haze’, dark sedum ‘Ruby Glow’, nepeta, common chive, and Lamb’s Ears. Ordinary plants put together by an artist.

Gravel path through Beth Chatto's garden - drought resistant and gorgeous

Allium Nigrum and a very wide selection of allium bulbs in the UK, try Bloms. Cool colors in a hot garden: allium Nigrum is planted with veronica 'Kapitan', stachys byzantia, and a cristophii.

Pea gravel garden path.

the path gravel and the edging with plants bursting over, repeat of textures, whites dotted to help your eye travel through the garden

Spring Gardening Ideas and Inspiration from #HGTVGardens

Spring Gardening Ideas and Inspiration from HGTVGardens

Small Pea Size Gravel Used on Garden Pathway Small pea sized gravel is used for soft pathways in a garden. Soft surfacing for garden pathways consists of natural materials that include combinations of stone, wood and shell.

Andy Sturgeon - Garden Rooms - http://www.andysturgeon.com/gardens/garden-rooms/

Andy Sturgeon's team of garden designers have been dedicated to creating dynamic external spaces since Based in Brighton we work internationally.

If time is a concern, design a garden that will be lower maintenance. Use easy care solutions for walkways, plantings and flower beds.

If time is a concern, design a garden that will be lower maintenance. Use easy care solutions for walkways, plantings and flower beds. - Flower Beds and Gardens

gravel garden with mediterranean plants (rosemary, stachys)

Gravel garden beside the house with wooden bench, wooden decking and Stepping Stones. Designer - Mark Laurence on Ambience Images from Arcaid Images, The architectural picture agency

greencube garden and landscape design, UK: Sculpture in the garden, greencube designs a sculptural ball garden

Balls rather than rocks greencube garden and landscape design, UK: Sculpture in the garden, greencube designs a sculptural ball garden

Grasses and rocks

Something like this for front yard, maybe. A pleasing way to use boulders, cobbles, and gravel. So much better than lining them up or edging or stacking them into a pile o' rocks.

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