Garden Edging Systems

Garden even architects use FormBoss’s products for creative steps Systems add structure and definition to flower beds, vegetable gardens and lawns while delineating spaces for a manicured landscape. There are a multitude of options from which to choose, including brick, plastic and even wood. However, corten steel edging is one of the best choices for both its unique aesthetic appeal and durability.

Garden landscape edging not only enhances the beauty of your property, it also helps protect plants from damage by defining borders that prevent grass and weeds from invading flower beds and lawns. In addition, edging reduces soil compaction and erosion by keeping the ground particles separated. This is especially helpful in areas where heavy traffic, like children and pets, use pathways in the yard.

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Different types of landscape edging are available at home improvement stores, garden centers and online. Costs vary depending on the material, labor and installation costs if hiring someone, and the amount of specialized equipment needed to get the desired look. The most expensive edging materials include metal, stone and brick.

Plastic landscape edging is easy to install, but it doesn’t provide much of a barrier to stop weeds and turf grasses from spreading into garden beds. It’s a great option for paths, but it may not last as long as other materials or need readjustments from time to time.