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Stone, gravel, and moss for the entrance to Japanese style home in Maine, US. Designed by Patrick Chasse, a Maine landscape architect. 
Stone, gravel, and moss for the entrance to Japanese style home in Maine, US. Designed by Patrick Chasse, a Maine landscape architect. 

The entrance to Farrar Pond in Lincoln, Massechusetts (U.S.). Designed by landscape architecture firm Mikyoung Kim Design.

The entrance to Farrar Pond in Lincoln, Massechusetts (U.S.). Designed by landscape architecture firm Mikyoung Kim Design.


Garden entrance terrace at La Louve designed by the late Nicole de Vesian in Provence. She used stones throughout her garden for walls or mixed with gravel for paths, as well as sculptural elements, fountains, and planters. Most were found on the property. Photo by Emile Garcin.

Garden entrance terrace at La Louve designed by the late Nicole de Vesian in Provence. She used stones throughout her garden for walls or mixed with gravel for paths, as well as sculptural elements, fountains, and planters. Most were found on the property. Photo by Emile Garcin.

Perfect stone edge along this garden pond, don’t you think? Located on the island of Moen in Denmark, this is Liselund, now a public park. It was originally built as a summer retreat in the 18th century romantic tradition. You can read more here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liselund. Photo by Julien Weyer.

Perfect stone edge along this garden pond, don’t you think? Located on the island of Moen in Denmark, this is Liselund, now a public park. It was originally built as a summer retreat in the 18th century romantic tradition. You can read more here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liselund. Photo by Julien Weyer.

Stone wall in the burren:  dry laid, rustic, and beguiling.  County Clare, Ireland. Photo by Tim Snell. (via flickr)

Stone wall in the burren:  dry laid, rustic, and beguiling.  County Clare, Ireland. Photo by Tim Snell. (via flickr)