driveway cracks - lovely, but only for certain climates and using certain materials and then, I wonder how long it would last if your driveway is tarmac...would it just stay in if you didn't use grout and let it expand and contract with the tarmac or would that force the tess out of the crack? But still, very cool!
ress up the driveway If your driveway is cracked or stained or has vegetation sprouting from it, you can upgrade it without doing a complete redo. First repair the cracks and stains (and kill the weeds), then dress it up by staining the concrete or affixing flagstones. If you need more room to move your car or park, add stone, brick, or pavers to the sides of the drive to widen it with flair.
Repair a cracked driveway by filling cracks with asphalt patch, then coat the surface with a blacktop refinishing compound, available at hardware stores. For a more involved project, consider upgrading your driveway with a decorative border of concrete or paving stones.