Curbside Landscape Ideas

Curbside landscape is an important part of an overall landscaping. They can show off your home or lead to the gardens and outdoor spaces. Sidewalks are usually cast concrete. Laying the sidewalk paving stones is another way to install a sidewalk, though. Pavement curbside landscape is available in many colors and styles.

Posted on October 17, 2017 Landscaping Plans With 0 comments

Instructions

Lay out the curbside landscape. Measure the width and length of the sidewalk area using a tape measure. Use spray paint on the ground to mark each corner of the sidewalk.  Purchase adders and basic material. Asphalt pavers are available in different shapes and sizes.  Place a base of crushed stone and masonry sand in the excavated pavement area. Compress the entire area with tampering.  It will now be a compact base of crushed stone and masonry sand ready to accept paving stones.

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Place paving stones on top of the compact base level. Asphalt pavers can be placed in any pattern desired. Lay cardboard on top of paving stones and use a curbside landscape to compact the pebbles close to the sand.  Place masonry sand on top of paving stones. Sweep the sand over the pebbles with the shop broom.

Continue sweeping sand over the paving stones until all the cracks and joints are filled with sand. Refill any gaps that extend beyond the sidewalk area with soil. Connect the hose to the water source. Use the hose to clean the sand and soil from the sidewalk area. Clean up work area tool and leftover material.

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