How to Build a Stone Path
A path made of stepping stones is a simple, inexpensive way to add charm to your landscape. Stone paths offer a practical route for foot traffic from the sidewalk or driveway to your front door and along the side or back of the house.
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Step 6: Install Edging
To keep the pebbles from slipping into the surrounding landscape, you'll need to install edging. For a clean, minimalist look, a narrow strip of black metal works well. For a country cottage ambience, use brick-shaped pavers that coordinate with your stepping stones. Dig a trench that allows you to place the edging material deep enough so it won't be a tripping hazard. The top of the edging should be just an inch above the pebbles.
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