If you were thinking of putting a new surface into your garden that wasn’t decking, cobble paving or the usual, this one may just be for you.
It’s done very simply mainly using cross sections of felled trees.
Like a patch work quilt of sorts, the in between bits are covered with a semi permeable plastic membrane – which can take a little time to get right.
When that’s done it is then infilled with pebble. Depending on the how the tree sections are cut it can be a little tricky to get the surface entirely level.
Conditions weren’t exactly right from a photography perspective when I was digging, but the photograph below will give you a better idea of how deep these stumps go. I personally found that because the soil was wet it also moved a heck of a lot easier.
There’s not much too it really after that. The final image [below] isn’t the greatest quality – but the first image above does look pretty darned good as an end result.