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Lay out pegs and string lines along the edges of the path. Dig out the path area to a depth of paver height plus a 2-inch (5-cm) sand bed.

Lay out pegs and string lines along the edges of the path. Dig out the path area to a depth of paver height plus a 2-inch (5-cm) sand bed.

Add cap blocks to the top row of a block or stone retaining wall. You can add a layer of masonry adhesive to hold them in place, then back fill. Or you can backfill as you go, then add the cap. Either way, it provides a nice finished look, much like edging added to a paver patio.

Add cap blocks to the top row of a block or stone retaining wall. You can add a layer of masonry adhesive to hold them in place, then back fill. Or you can backfill as you go, then add the cap. Either way, it provides a nice finished look, much like edging added to a paver patio.

Plan on doing this project over a couple of weekends. Lay the footings for the wall and allow it to dry for a few days before starting to build the wall. In this technique, build up the ends of the wall, like a flight of steps, and fill in the central area. Getting the first course of brickwork in the right position is essential.

Plan on doing this project over a couple of weekends. Lay the footings for the wall and allow it to dry for a few days before starting to build the wall. In this technique, build up the ends of the wall, like a flight of steps, and fill in the central area. Getting the first course of brickwork in the right position is essential.

I like the idea of having a brick border along the fences - It can be straight or wavy like this photo.  It can be raised up then a foot or so (6-12").  I'm liking this idea for next Spring... Also, could use bricks just to border the walkway to the house in the front and back of the house ... Make it cohesive with the front.... Yes....

I like the idea of having a brick border along the fences - It can be straight or wavy like this photo. It can be raised up then a foot or so (6-12"). I'm liking this idea for next Spring... Also, could use bricks just to border the walkway to the house in the front and back of the house ... Make it cohesive with the front.... Yes....

Rest a level across the tops of adjacent stakes to make sure they are level.

Rest a level across the tops of adjacent stakes to make sure they are level.

railway sleeper garden walls

railway sleeper garden walls

Perfect for my herbs

Perfect for my herbs

CB2 - Planters and House Numbers

CB2 - Planters and House Numbers

60 Gorgeous Fence Ideas and Designs

60 Gorgeous Fence Ideas and Designs

60 Gorgeous Fence Ideas and Designs

60 Gorgeous Fence Ideas and Designs