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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Determine Where Edging Is Needed

Edging is essential to separate two types of groundcover, such as pebbles and mulch. It also works well between different kinds of sod or ornamental grasses, to keep one variety from overtaking the other. Any areas with loose rocks, such as sculpture gardens, rock gardens or pathways, also benefit from edging.

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