Garden Edging is a great way to add boundaries to your garden that will present an innovative and defined aesthetic. Many gardeners find that brick worst best in lining their displays. Since brick is highly resistant, it’s a great option for locations that experience intense weather throughout the year. You can also create a wall-type effect by bordering structures with large stones. For another natural look, you could also edge certain areas with pieces of birch logs.
- Although brick edging is a little pricier than some other options, it has a timeless simplicity to it and requires relatively little work.
- Seashells are a versatile edging material that can be used whole or crushed up.
- Gabions are wire mesh cages that you can fill with materials such as stone, wooden logs, terra cotta or other materials.
“Cinder blocks are an especially utilitarian idea since their structure makes them not only perfect as an edging material but as planters themselves.”
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