Scents and blooms steal the show along this lushly planted walkway.
- A curving walkway provides more visual interest than a straight path—and accents the garden around it.
- A stone bench complements the color and style of the materials in the path.
- Tall daylilies planted at a bend in the path create mystery by hiding what's on the other side.
- An orange tree in reach of the path provides delicious treats.
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