Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart: EverEdge Edging - Made from sturdy, powder coated flexible steel with 3-3/4" spikes, EvrEdge appeals with its casual, country garden look. Lengths are interlocking for seamless installation and come five to a set, totaling 16 linear feet of edging per package. $95 at Grandin Road
The simplest and most subtle borders that effectively separate your lawn from a garden are 4-in.deep strips of steel, aluminum or plastic. They all bend easily into smooth, graceful curves and stop the spread of grass roots. However, painted aluminum and steel offer the sleekest, most refined look because they almost disappear against the grass and garden bed.
Steel Steel edging is a very common landscape option, but depending upon your choice of color, it can make very different statements. Black steel edging looks more formal; green and brown are more traditional. It also comes in a range of thicknesses, with the thicker material being more expensive (and more durable) than the thinner edging. Cost: $2.50 to $4.50 per linear foot.
Bricks, railway sleepers and rocks, these are too ordinary materials that we can find on a garden bed border easily. But why not boost your imagination? Use recycled glass bottles,shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs to change the boring borders. An unique DIY edging can help infuse your garden bed with a cool sense …