How to Install Garden Edging

Garden edging completes the look of your landscape, while giving plants their own space to grow. Install it in your yard with these simple step-by-step instructions.

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Key Elements of Edging

Edging makes your landscape look complete and it also serves an important practical purpose. It keeps individual elements from intruding on each other's space. The key is not to overdo it — too much edging can interrupt the flow of your garden. In addition, edging is prone to damage if it's used in a frequently mowed part of your yard.

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