Gather your supplies
- Brickie’s sand
- 2 strips Bricktor galvanised mesh
- Concrete pavers
- Selection of plants
You'll also need
- Tape measure
- Landscape marking spray paint
- Spirit level
- Rubber mallet
Clear area of weeds and debris, and roughly level with a rake. Measure about 60cm from wall, then mark path with spray paint.
In wheelbarrow, mix sand and cement in a 4:1 ratio. Add water and blend to create a relatively stiff mix. Lay a bed of mortar for 3 pavers using a trowel.
Cut Bricktor strips to length and push into mortar. (Only use mesh for pavers that butt against each other.)
Lay 3 pavers in a row, checking for level and tapping down with a rubber mallet. Lay single pavers, slightly staggered, with a 120mm gap in between.
Haunch in paver edges with mortar on a 45° angle. Sponge slabs clean.
Add compost and work into soil.
Dig holes, position plants, backfill and water in.
Plant between slabs, then spread mulch over soil.
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