How to Use Natural Aggregates to Make Pathways
Garden paths can look amazing as well as serve the function of letting you get about the garden without stepping on the grass or soil. There are a few ways to make a path, with a popular option being the laying of slabs to create a solid walkway. Using aggregates is the other popular choice, and it can be a lot prettier and colourful than bland paving slabs as well.
How to Make a Garden Pathway
Garden Path Borders
To keep the aggregate neat and tidy, it is a good idea to add a border along the edge of each side of the path. You can do this in any number of ways, from using timber or larger stones. Laying a line of bricks can work too, though you may want to dig them into the ground a little as well so they don’t stand tall over the path itself.
Woodland Mulch Pathways
For a really natural looking pathway, use a blend of soft and hardwood chips as found in the Woodland Mulch available through Springbridge. The mulch is especially useful for wide or long coverings, so it is ideal for long and winding paths. Springbridge’s woodland mulch is sourced entirely from the British Isles so you can be sure there are no chemical contaminants.
If you require any aggregate bulk bags such as shingle, pebbles or woodland mulch for creating pathways, then contact Springbridge via our website or call today on 0845 370 1921 for more information.