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Decorative edging is one simple element you can add to your landscaping to create a big impact aesthetically and functionally.  It can…

  • Decrease maintenance needs by holding back mulch, creating a barrier between planting beds and lawn or paved areas
  • Inhibit grass and weeds from creeping into the planting bed.
  • Make mowing easier with pavers separating planting beds and lawn areas, reducing injury to plants, eliminating the need for trimming.
  • Help showcase planting beds or focal points
  • Border sidewalks, driveways and patios, enhancing the look of paving, especially if it’s concrete.
  • Be used to create maintenance strips along buildings or under fences, in areas where grass is hard to mow.
Nelson

Double brick edging helps hold back mulch and creates a strip for easy mowing.

Schneider

Layers of cobble edging showcase a planting bed while acting as a retaining wall.

Kirkeeng

This double brick edge helps feature a focal point in a front entry.

Frazell

Brick edging along concrete makes a sidewalk more visually appealing.

Johnson2

Areas under and around fences are hard to mow and maintain. Here a maintenance strip of slate chips keeps it generally maintenance free

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