Landscape Garden Edging

Different Types of Garden Edging to Enhance your Landscape

If your landscape is like a painting, garden edging serves as the frame. Stone, metal, treated pine, or bricks are common materials we see our customers using for their garden edging. While lawn edging serves a functional purpose – to help prevent grass from entering garden beds and providing a defined edge to trim against for easier care – it is also important that it looks good. It also provides the practical purpose of keeping mulch and soil contained while protecting your plants from mower blades or the dreaded whipper snipper. If the primary function of your edge is to keep your lawn from invading your landscaped gardens.

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Learn about the various types of garden edging so you can select the best option for your yard. Which materials are best suited for the job will also depend on whether you want straight or a curved finish.

If you like the look of natural-looking garden edging ideas, a timber style is a great choice.

Timber is one of the most common edgings you’ll see in many gardens and is ideal if you’re on a budget but still want a natural look for your landscape. Timber can be easily installed by attaching them by screws to timber pegs or metal star pickets. This can be quick and simple to install on long, straight beds.

Learn about the various types of garden edging so you can select the best option for your yard. Which materials are best suited for the job will also depend on whether you want straight or a curved finish.

If you like the look of natural-looking garden edging ideas, a timber style is a great choice.

Timber is one of the most common edgings you’ll see in many gardens and is ideal if you’re on a budget but still want a natural look for your landscape. Timber can be easily installed by attaching them by screws to timber pegs or metal star pickets. This can be quick and simple to install on long, straight beds.

A simple yet effective option for lawn edging is to use pavers or bricks to create a nice solid barrier set on sand cement between your lawn and your garden bed. The right products and colours will instantly add style to your outdoor space, bringing the entire project to life.

Why settle for a traditional style of garden edging when there is a wide variety of decorative edging products available? The standard paver of 200mm x 100mm, possibly a stone edge or the option of using garden edge blocks is a great way to be able to follow the curves and natural flow you require. Other hardscaping techniques, in addition to garden bed edging, contribute to the clean lines and tidy appearance that we find so appealing in any landscaping project.

If you prefer a more rustic or sleek look, then metal edging is a great option. Some of the benefits are it’s flexible and can be easily bent into shape to fit your garden at any radius or angle. It also is made from one piece of steel and therefore has no extra pins or pegs. Metal edging offers a clean-cut look and practical solutions to keep plants and materials in whilst also being durable and corrosion-resistant. All options are a fantastic way for you to add texture to your landscape design.

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