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22 Beautiful Plants For A Walkway

Plants are a natural choice for walkway edging and borders. They are great whether the curving line of a finely trimmed boxwood leads to a spectacular sea view or the soft edge of hostas on a walkway to a poolside terrace. Indeed, a garden without walkway borders is like a dwelling without baseboards—it is unfinished.

Don’t undervalue the role of plants used as borders in defining an outdoor space and creating a lovely walkway through your backyard. Many gardeners have traditionally used brick or stone borders to help keep flowers in their beds. However, you may have a much softer look that appeals more to an aesthetic by utilizing an evergreen shrub.

Let your ideas blossom by browsing the pictures below!

#1. Hydrangea

#2. Ferns

Source: Deborah Silver

#3. Impatiens

Source: Gardener’s Path

#4. Coral Bells

Source: Gardenia.net

#5. Coleus

Source: Pinterest

#6. Geranium Cranesbill

Source: Gardenia.net

#7. Primrose

Source: Britannica

#8. Dead Nettle

Source: Guzman’s Garden Center

#9. Astilbes

Source: Name That Plant

#10. Mose Rose

Source: Better Homes&Gardens

#11. Irish Moss

    Source: The Spruce

    #12.Liriope

    Source: The Spruce

    #13.Boxwoods

    Source: Gardening Know How

    #14.Hornbeam Hedges

    #15.Hostas

    Source: Bob Villa

    #16.Ilex

    Source: Gardener’s World

    #17.Lavender

    Source: How To Plant Your Garden

    #18.Zinnias

    Source: American Meadows

    #19.Alyssum

    Source: Plant Care Today

    #20.Begonias

    Source: Garden & Greenhouse

    #21.Lady’s Mantle

      Source: The Impatient Gardener

      #22.Moss Phlox