You can create a garden path in an afternoon using treated pine edging, weedmat and bark chips.
This low-impact method is ideal for a pathway through garden beds and it can be repositioned much more easily than other options.
It’s also ideal for curving paths and has a much more natural look than concrete or pavers.
Timber edging should last up to 10 years, while bark chips need topping up every few years, as they are walked out of the path or become compacted.
TIP Sloping paths will need to be replenished more frequently.