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Garden Paths & Walkways

Create a real focal point in your garden with a feature garden path or walkway from Four Seasons.

As a landscaping focal point, a feature path or walkway can be an attractive, practical addition to your garden, giving function and form where your garden needs it. A path or walkway can also connect different areas of your garden, with plants and foliage adding natural interest as you stroll.

Our specialist team at Four Seasons provide a full design, planning, and installation service that can take care of every aspect of your path or walkway. We’ll help you choose the right style and the right landscaping materials to give your outdoor space the Wow! factor you’re looking for.

With many materials available, the Four Seasons team can give you the best advice on what you need and help you find the right style for your garden. Get in touch today for your free, no-obligation garden path or walkway quote.

Example path & walkway materials

  • Gravel and wood – For a natural finish that will blend in with your garden’s surroundings, wood and gravel are a good choice for a natural look that won’t need heavy groundwork.
  • Brick – Brickwork can give a natural, classic, finish to any path or walkway, but depending on your choice of brick, they can give a modern and contemporary look too.
  • Paved – Classic paving stones can give you a simple, yet distinctive path for a solid and hardwearing finish in a choice of colours and textures.
  • Stepping stones – Either laid into a gravel path or directly into your lawn, stepping stones can add an extra layer of interest through your garden.
  • Natural stone – For a finish that needs no time to ‘bed in’, a path or walkway of natural stone can make it look like it’s always been there.

Customer reviews

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Things to think about

To help you get the most out of your garden path or walkway, here are a few things to consider.

  • Would you prefer a garden path or walkway using man-made or natural materials?
  • Think about the finish of your garden path and if you like a smooth, grooved, or textured finish
  • Do you want to include angles, gradients, or any other areas of interest?
  • Think about the positioning of your path – will it affect drainage?

Here is just some of our work on garden paths & walkways

Here are just some of our recent work on garden paths & walkway services across the South West.

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