Garden Paths

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    Garden paths are an essential part of a well appointed garden. They not only make walking around comfortable and convenient they add to the decor of a garden.

    Paths could be made in different ways. Our garden has small sized gravel spread after hardening the ground and bordered with bricks that is reserved for paths. Paths also keep weeds from growing in that area which is good for saf path.jpg e walking.
     
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    gravel paths are also good for warning you of strangers approaching!!:D
     
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    We have a garden path made of garden tiles. It is in the side of our house. I think the garden tile is 12 inches long and 8 inches wide. Placing it side by side, they can make a good pathway that is neat. However, those garden tiles are pretty expensive that's why we thought it hard before buying. And I agree that garden paths make a good impression for your garden. Truly it enhances the appearance especially if you have a big garden with some trees.
     
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    There is a good way of avoiding trampling on crops and compacting the soil when you are walking by making raised rectangular beds where you plant crops and between these beds is where the path is located. Crops grown on such beds grow well because of less disturbance.
     
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    It does make that 'crunchy' noise and you are right. If you are not expecting anyone and you hear that noise something is not alright (lol)
     
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    Preiti our dog strolls in the garden and only uses the garden paths. We have not trained here. It is her own decision. The gravel also stops weeds from going which is a good thing.
     
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    That is the trodden path We see these in villages between fields but there is a tendency for weeds to grow in the rainy weather despite the compactness of the paths.
     
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