Our backyard garden has grown over the years from a simple border to a curving arc that blossoms from spring to fall with roses, brown-eyed susans, and purple sage. Colorful songbirds visit the feeders and stone bath. The problem? We wanted to be in the garden, not enjoying it from afar or through a window. The solution? We added a flagstone patio, nestled right into the curve of the garden. And we did it in a day. Sort of.
After perusing images of flagstone patios on the Internet, we decided that we wanted our stones to be separated so grass could grow between the stones. We took a trip to a local rock center and bought a pallet of large flagstone, which was delivered the very next day. -Continue Reading>