Definition of hardscaping in English:

hardscaping

Syllabification: hard·scap·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈhärdˌskāpiNG
 
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noun

The placement of nonplant elements such as fences, walkways, paving, and lighting in a planned outdoor area.
More example sentences
  • Except where there are doors leading outside, don't install paving or other ground-level hardscaping right up to your home's exterior walls.
  • Often, the easiest way to create a retreat in the backyard is to extend the living space immediately outside the house with hardscaping, then screen off the resulting outdoor room with a vertical structure.
  • And we felt that using stone and natural wood for the hardscaping - the paths, walls, arbors, bridges - was the best way to do that.

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