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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Choose Edging Type: Solid

There are many varieties of edging, but most fall into two categories. The first is a solid length of edging that comes in a roll. It could be made of metal, rubber or plastic and is usually black or brown. However, landscape architect Maureen Smith says, "Metal or rubber edging is more likely to crack or chip, particularly when it takes abuse from lawn equipment."

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