I used to do woodchips in my paths between the beds, but they are very hard to come by unless I paid $100 for a truckload. Now if I would sow red clover instead in the pathways, I would grow a good medicinal and bee plant too. But how high does it grow? Do I have to keep it mown (so I would have to measure the width of the lawn mower but most likely my paths are much narrower. I don't want it too high I find it cumbersome after rain and I don't want to step on snakes either.
BTW the woodchips are AWESOME if you get them. After a year you rake it on the bed and its the nicest soil.
Thanks, unfortunaletly the dutch white clover is not the medicinal one, but yes I find it in the garden and could transplant. Moss will probably not grow very well. I'll have to measure the lawn mower.... Actually won't be that bead I could harvest some organic matter!