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Landscape and garden edging

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Why bother to include landscape or garden edging to your overall landscape budget?  Isn't it just as easy to just have no edging?  That is just use a spaded edge?  Yes, and that would suit informal gardens quite well but as a whole, if you want clearly defined areas in your garden beds, ease of lawn mowing and keeping lawn out of your garden beds, then some form of landscape or garden edging would be necessary.

Landscape edging is primarily used to provide borders to paths, driveways, garden beds and lawns.  Using different types of landscape edging also ensures that you have a variety of effects to your general garden landscape.  You could raise the garden bed by having raised landscape edging to provide a well-drained plot for your vegetable garden.  Or use meandering curved garden edging to invite visitors to take a stroll through your beloved garden.  Use straight landscape edging to achieve formality and style in your garden.

Landscape garden edging from Garden.com

Landscape garden edging from GardenersSupplyCo

8" Pound-In Edging
Made of durable, recycled polyethylene Use 4" for hard-packed soils or flush edging 8" for normal soils or deep weed protection 12" for loose or sandy soils Gardener's Supply Exclusive. To turn a corner, just bend the sections to form the angle you need. This is the quickest, easiest system you'll find for defining an edge around your flower beds or garden. Simply pound each interlocking piece into the ground with a rubber mallet; in most soils there's no need for cutting, trenching, or tearing up sod.
4" Pound-In Edging
This is the quickest, easiest system you'll find for defining an edge around your flower beds or garden. Made of durable, recycled polyethylene Use 4" for hard-packed soils or flush edging 8" for normal soils or deep weed protection 12" for loose or sandy soils Gardener's Supply Exclusive. To turn a corner, just bend the sections to form the angle you need. Simply pound each interlocking piece into the ground with a rubber mallet; in most soils there's no need for cutting, trenching, or tearing up sod.
12" Pound-In Edging
Simply pound each interlocking piece into the ground with a rubber mallet; in most soils there's no need for cutting, trenching, or tearing up sod. This is the quickest, easiest system you'll find for defining an edge around your flower beds or garden. To turn a corner, just bend the sections to form the angle you need. Made of durable, recycled polyethylene Use 4" for hard-packed soils or flush edging 8" for normal soils or deep weed protection 12" for loose or sandy soils Gardener's Supply Exclusive.
Snap Edge Landscape Edging
Defines a neat edge for straight lines or gentle curves Creates a permanent barrier between different landscape materials Great for making tree rings, too Much easier to install than heavy steel edging Each pack contains four 4-foot sections (16 linear feet total) and twelve 6" spikes Made of recycled black plastic 16' L x 2-3/4" W x 1-7/8" H. Works well with landscape fabric, too. Made of flexible recycled plastic, you simply snap the 4-foot sections together and hammer in the 6" steel spikes to hold the edging securely in place. Cover with bark mulch or crushed stone. This no-dig edging couldn't be easier to install.

Landscape garden edging from PlowHearth


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