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Path to Nowhere, Dry River Bed or Separation Between Lawn and Garden?

Path to Nowhere, Dry River Bed or Separation Between Lawn and Garden?

This summer was spent on creating a division in our backyard between our lawn and our garden area. My intention for the garden area was to remove or cover the grass and create a seating area. Hubby refers to this new area as the Park.

path to nowhere dry river bed or separation between lawn and garden

Before I started on the Park, I revamped the bark beds in the main section of the backyard. I had just created these bark beds two years ago, but I felt they needed to be updated. For all the details on why I did this and how it came out,

path to nowhere dry river bed or separation between lawn and garden

When I initially built the bark beds, I lined them with 8″ x 16″ rectangular bricks. Now that I was updating the look, I no longer needed the bricks, so I decided to use in the garden area.As I worked on this project, I sat the bricks elsewhere around the yard. Some went to the garden area where I would eventually create a seating patio, others went around the tree bench where I would build a platform, and the rest I sat some along the line that would divide what would become the Park and the lawn.

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