PAVING PRO ~ EST 1996
Edging creates clean, crisp lines between beds and other areas. It is most visible between a lawn and the adjoining garden, but landscape edging can define a flower border, a shrub bed, a single tree, or the transition from a patio to the surrounding garden.
A nice clean garden edge gives your landscape definition and texture. Landscape edging helps define the gardening space by marking it off from the rest of the yard.
One of the most important (and commonly overlooked) details of a good garden is a well-defined edge. Brick is perhaps the most traditional garden edging option.
In almost every garden where brick edging looks good, time and preparation have been the key.
The best material to use for garden edging all depends on your preference, space, and availability.
If you like organic materials, wood makes a wonderful and more natural edging.
If you’re looking for a more industrial look, metal sheeting is a trendy option for your lawn.