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Use Tiles For Walkways in the Garden

Cool Idea: Reusing Tiles in the Garden

Here's a post from CasaSugar Community member designingmainstreet from the group The Girls' Guide to Gardening:

I was out in the garden yesterday evening picking lettuce for dinner and making a dramatic scene by walking along the edges of our raised garden bed in my flip-flops. I said to Howard, “Next year we should add a walkway down the middle of the garden so it’s easier to pick things.” He responded that he had some wood but it was painted and that would be bad for the garden. I agreed and then it dawned on me that we have a surplus of old tiles!! My husband jumped on this silly idea. I was thinking of a solid path down the middle of the garden but Howard had his own idea. We know this looks absolutely ridiculous. The first rain will likely make the tiles sink and they will be unusable. We’ll have to come up with a better solution for next year. If you have any ideas, let me know! I'd love to hear from you.

Have you done any gardening lately? Post your photos, questions, or success stories in The Girls' Guide to Gardening!

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I use old rail sleepers in my garden veg patch, they are long and you can walk across and they stay sturdy no moving in the rain.
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