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Reissued 2020-03-02 1 of 2 The University of California prohibits discrimination or harassment of any person in any of its programs or activities. See the complete Nondiscrimination Statement at ucanr.edu. August 4, 2011 Gravel Pathways in the Garden Originally published in the Contra Costa Times By Earlene Millier, UC Master Gardener Gravel pathways are attractive and low cost. SUMMARY Gravel is a wonderful, and less expensive, landscape material. Select the type of gravel based on your intended function. Q. I would like to incorporate some paved areas in my landscaping, but I don’t want to use concrete or pavers because of the expense and permanence. What about gravel? Can I install gravel myself, or do I need to call in a professional? A. Gravel, used properly, is an ideal “hardscape” material for many landscapes. Generally less expensive than concrete or pavers, it also requires less care and planning, and can be added without professional help. Gravel has a softer appearance than ...