Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart

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EverEdge Edging


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Made from sturdy, powder coated flexible steel, EverEdge appeals with its casual, country garden look. Lengths are interlocking for seamless installation and come five to a set, totaling 16 linear feet of edging per package. Available on Amazon; $137.02 for 25 feet.

Iron Scroll Edging

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This wrought-iron scroll edging from Plow & Hearth creates a formal barrier around flower beds, at once protecting and visually complementing your plantings. Powder coated to prevent rusting, the edging uses a locking-ring system to achieve curves and corners. Available from Plow & Hearth; $69.95.

Stone Borders

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Limestone, flagstone, and concrete blocks all make good landscape borders, when you choose appropriately sized cuts of stone.

Pound-In Edging

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The interlocking pieces of this durable, recycled polyethylene edging are driven into the ground with a rubber mallet around the contours of planting beds and walking paths. Available on Amazon; $19.95.

 

Grand View Fence

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Add a classic look to your landscape with miniature faux fencing, the perfect match for mid-height and taller shrubs and flowers. Available on Amazon; $32.25.

Faux Stones

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These natural-looking composite ‘stones’ come with built-in wire anchors to fix them in place. Each set includes 14 stones of assorted shapes and sizes, enough to cover 10 linear feet. Available on Amazon; $169.95.

Wood Lawn Edging

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This fungus- and termite-resistant natural-wood edging is built to last. Though anchored to the ground with metal stakes, the edging is flexible enough to mold around small beds and tight angles. Available on Amazon; $63.95 for 20 feet.

Classic Willow Edging

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This decorative woven willow edging is a stylish alternative to ordinary rubber edging products. Its short stature and natural, rustic appeal makes it perfect for pairing with ground covers and smaller plants and shrubs. Available on Amazon; $75.98.

Brick Edging

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These red bricks offer the advantage of a secure and tight-fitting ball-and-socket design. Each brick is 12 inches long and designed to be low-maintenance with permanent, weather-resistant color. Available at The Home Depot; $503 for a pallet.

Undulating Garden Border

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Made from a combination of recycled polyethylene and wood fiber, this edging comes in curved sections enabling you to easily create an undulating garden border. The composite wood grain timbers are durable, rot-free, and color-fast, and they come with joint connectors and finishing sleeves. Available at FrameItAll.com; $89.99 for 16 feet.

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