Paths by email@example.com · January 6, 2014 There are many options when it comes to doing a path. We can figure out what fits best for your yard and budget. Red brick paver path. Blue stone path, cut to fit with screenings in the joints. It looks good to put stepping stones in gravel. This path has fabric under the river rock and edging to keep it from mixing with the garden. This path is using a river rock from Delaware with blue stone stepping stones. This is a path with 78 stone (pea gravel). Very informal path down the side of the house. River rock path through the back yard with aluminum edging to keep in contained. The edging is a must when using gravel in the path. Blue stone in Zoysia. Blue stone in Zoysia. Blue stone in Delaware gravel. Blue stone path with screenings. Blue stone path in fescue. Blue stone cut to fit veneered to cement with mortared joints. Gravel path with pavers as edging. Carolina stone with screenings in the joints. Uncut Carolina stone with polymeric sand in the joints. River rock path with steppers in the middle, there is aluminum edging on the edges. Tennessee stone path. Blue stone path veneered to concrete. Blue stone path veneered to concrete. Natural blue stone path. River Rock added next to the drive to extend the useable space. Blue stone path with polymeric in the joints. Blue stone path with polymeric in the joints. Red gravel path with blue stone steppers and Tennessee edging. Red gravel path with blue stone steppers and Tennessee edging. Blue stone steppers. 1/4 mile trail, mulched through the forest.