Used by professional landscape gardeners and DIY enthusiasts, our garden and lawn edging solutions can transform even the most untidy of gardens into a beautiful outdoor space that’s both easy to maintain and pleasing to the eye.
What do you edge a garden bed with?
There are a variety of edging materials you can choose that range in price, installation difficulty, and durability. Here are a few of our recommendation: paver stones, natural rock, flagstone, brick, timber, metal.
Best material to use for garden edging
If your garden edging is exposed, consider a material worth being on show, such as stone, steel or timber edging to contain the planting within its border and have a neat finish.
Steel, brick or stone edging, if adjoining a lawn, all work well and can also be used as a mowing strip.
Making a raised garden edge
Raised garden bed ideas can be created in many ways using timber, brick, stone or steel but do make sure you have thought about watering and drainage.
How do I create a low maintenance border?
Shovel edging is a great idea if you don’t like the look or expense of edging. Use an edging shovel, spade, or electric edger, to cut the grass away and create a sharp edge, which keeps grass from creeping into beds.