If you want to give a more refined touch to you garden, with walkways, flower beds, levels or simply creating decorative elements, look through the images we’ve chosen for you and choose the one best adapted to your space.
Stairs, ground and garden outline with blocks of concrete with glass called palisade. Generally used exteriorly to outline elements, define flower beds or replace shoulders, giving an organized and rustic effect to the garden.
Grassy pavement that gives your outdoors a geometric and modern effect.
The more refined and welcoming space of the garden using wooden pavement and old wood beams to define the trail.
Gardened area crossed by traditional cobble-stone together with natural rock, with levels, giving the space a very beautiful rustic style.
Pavement using white stone as base and outline of wooden stakes, and adorned with Pequi cookies, pieces of wood discarded by nature and that lead visitors through a garden path.
Trail of juxtaposed stones that crosses the house’s grass, creating a pleasant area for circulation.
Outer space in the middle of the garden with a cement floor whose surface is lined with stones of different forms and sizes. This type of lining makes the space safe and easy to circulate.
Outer space with large and circular flower beds, made from cement painted white, giving a geometric and very modern effect to the garden. The pavement is in white brick interrupted symmetrically by a row of grass.
Plates of cement lining, porous, imitating stone, composing a circular space with a green space.
pH: Symbol to express the level of acidity, on a scale of 0 to 15, in which 7 represents neutrality (equilibrium between acid and alkaline). Values higher than 7 represent increasing alkalinity, and below increasing acidity. To have an idea, vinegar has a pH around 3 and sodium bicarbonate a pH around 8. Ornamental plants usually require a pH between 6 and 7.5 (each unit of Ph represents an acidity or alkalinity 10 times greater: a soil with pH 5 is ten times more acid that a soil with pH 6; a soil with pH 8 is 10 times more alkaline that a soil with pH 7).