crazy paving


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crazy paving

Randomly set paving stones having neither a definite shape nor a fixed size.
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Since the influential, pioneering Crazy Paving report was published, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has produced practical advice and guidance that can assist in ameliorating the current impact of front garden loss.
As the photographs on these pages show, the crazy paving idea has spread to the West; gardeners here use a larger palette of plants to add interest to patios and garden paths.
The crazy paving surround is probably on its way to the skip though.
Well-stocked gardens are laid to lawn with established shrubs and flowers, patio areas, crazy paving, a summerhouse, garden room and double garage for ample off street parking.
They look nicely set off next to the crazy paving and the monkey puzzle tree.
PROBLEM 3: CRAZY PAVING The fake grass was perfect but it couldn't be laid on top of the crazy paving, which ran along the back of the garden.
uk FED-UP residents on a Norton street are demanding the replacement of cracked flagstones which they say look more like crazy paving.
They are hard-bitten, experienced professionals facing councillors whose biggest construction project so far is likely to have been laying some crazy paving in their back garden.
there's not a career path anymore; it's crazy paving and you lay it yourself.
When Bob Rowe sent Stephen the TV Trophy roll of honour he noticed Crazy Paving won in 1960, the first time the race was run over a marathon trip.
Their 70- run defeat in Nottingham caused considerable resentment within the South African camp with television replays proving that both Shaun Pollock and Andrew Hall were dismissed by no-balls on the final day, while the state of the wicket, which resembled crazy paving by the finish,also contributed to their loss.