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If your garden needs a boost, perhaps it’s time to rethink your edges. Installing new edging is one of the easiest and fastest way to improve the overall appearance of your garden. Whether you want to dress up a swath of perennials, draw attention to a bench in the distance, or simply keep gravel in bounds, freshening up your edges often does the trick. You can install some materials such as metal and bender board or you may try to install concrete and boulders to challenge you to learn some new skills. Edgings are not limited to what you might find at your local garden center. Sometimes the prettiest edging is simply a conventional material used in an unconventional way.


You can look at the following low-maintenance options that we have listed. For function alone, they will keep your garden neat and tidy by holding back soil, defining beds, blocking the relentless march of invasive roots, and preventing mulch from migrating. But their aesthetic value is perhaps their greatest asset, ranging from nearly invisible to command performers.



Pros – Adapts easily to angles and straight runs also hosts lichen and moss

Cons – Intermediate masonry skills required for creating curves

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– When setting a single row of bricks, no mortar is necessary; you can simply put the bricks together. Dig a shallow trench and fill it with a 1- to 2-inch-thick layer of sand. Bury horizontal bricks at least ½ inch deep and vertical bricks 2 to 3 inches deep. If you stack several rows of bricks, however, you will need mortar to hold the bricks in place.


Pros – Easy to source locally and pairs well with informal plantings

Cons – Time-consuming and tricky to imitate nature

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Pros – Long lasting and infinitely customizable with shapes, pigments, and surface patterns

Cons – Time-consuming and complex installation and relatively permanent

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Pros – Curves effortlessly, lightweight and easily cuts with a handsaw or coping saw

Cons – Hard to create straight lines, splices can separate over time and not widely available in stores

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Pros – Long lasting, subtle, accommodates straight runs and gentle curves

Cons – Requires a hacksaw to cut

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Pros – Inexpensive, easy to work with and rot-resistant wood

Cons – changes its color when exposed too much sunlight and causes crack and warp to the wood



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Here are few creative options that you can use for Garden Edging too:


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