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: Individual Stones

The second type consists of individual pavers, which may be brick-shaped, scalloped or designed to look like natural stones. Landscape architect Maureen Smith recommends the second type. "It's more durable and has a nice look," she says.

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