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    Decomposed Granite

    Front Yard Landscaping Creates an Impressive Winnetka Entry

    bluestone walk with formal boxwood hedge and decomposed granite drive This magnificent home’s garden extends beautifully into the front yard. Landscaping ideas such as carefully manicured boxwood hedges, red decomposed granite pathways and surfaces, and bluestone slabs are carried through to the formal entry for a consistently elegant look. The geometric lines and the proportions determined in the expansive rear and side gardens are established...
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    Crushed Stone Driveway in Winnetka

    crushed stone driveway entrance This crushed stone driveway is made from decomposed granite and lends a gracious air to an expansive driveway and parking surface. Fieldstone slabs delineate the edges of the driveway and parking lot, gradually giving way to the red crushed stone used in walking paths throughout the landscape. An attractive and practical choice, crushed stone is...
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    Decomposed Granite Path and Driveway in Winnetka

    decomposed granite pathway with formal boxwood hedge A decomposed granite path adds casual elegance to pathways, the driveway and parking surface. It is reminiscent of the gravel pathways lined by linear boxwood hedges in French parterre gardens. Decomposed granite is weathered rock that has been worn into smaller pieces of crushed stone. The effect is natural and inviting, and is easy to...
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    Winnetka Shady Pathway Garden

    Shady pathway garden in Winnetka, IL Green foliage and trees, punctuated by orange daylilies and purple salvia, bring interest to a shady pathway garden. Diverse hues and textures ensure that the view from the casual decomposed granite pathway changes with every step.
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