ISSUE 94  |  October Moon

Down the Garden Path: Favorite Walkways from Our Photo Gallery

October 18, 2013 3:00 PM

BY Meredith Swinehart

Wouldn’t we all love to have a garden large enough to require a path cutting through it? Plan the path in your someday sprawling estate (or tiny urban version) by browsing our Photo Gallery of garden imagery, including 68 images in our gallery of Garden Paths.


Above: Photograph by Olivia Rae James for Gardenista.

A shaded but inviting entryway path along photographer Olivia Rae James’ evening walk in her Charleston, South Carolina neighborhood. Learn more about James’ favorite gardens in A Walk in the Neighborhood with Olivia Rae James, and find more inspiring entrances in our gallery of Doorways & Entryways.


Above: Photograph courtesy of Gravetye Manor.

A path made of York stone at Gravetye Manor near London, where “wild” gardening rules over formal perfection. Learn more in The Ultimate UK Getaway: 1 Hour From London, But a World Away at Gravetye Manor and be inspired by our gallery of Wildflowers.


Above: Photograph by Justine Hand.

A garden path made of crushed oyster shells at Colonial Williamsburg, featured in Garden Visit: Secrets from Another Century at Colonial Williamsburg. Find other great examples of eco-friendly gardening in our gallery of Sustainable Design.


Above: Photograph by Erin Boyle.

A sunny trail in Brooklyn Bridge Park in our Hike of the Week: Brooklyn Bridge Park. Keep exploring the urban wild in our gallery of Gardens in New York City.


Above: Photograph by Kendra Wilson.

An eroding herringbone brick path at Kelmarsh Hall in England, one of several profiled in 5 Favorites: Rambling Paths and Uneven Pavers, all of which can be found in our gallery of Rustic Outdoor Spaces.


Above: Photograph by Kendra Wilson.

A gravel path surrounds a tidy herb garden at Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons outside of Oxford. Get the details on the estate in Le Manoir: World’s Best Overnight Stay? and linger over our gallery of French-Inspired Gardens.

After browsing our gallery of Garden Paths, visit our galleries of Hardscapes; Urban Gardens; and Outdoor Furniture.