This is the quickest, easiest system you'll find for defining an edge between your lawn and flower beds or garden. Simply pound each interlocking piece into the ground with a rubber mallet; in most soils there's no need for cutting, trenching or tearing up sod. To turn a corner, just bend the sections to form the angle you need.
Use this easy-to-install edging to create a tidy border on garden beds, tree rings and walkways. Keeps mulch and gravel contained. No-dig edging installs on the soil surface using the included spikes. Easy to bend into curves. 50' of edging, 16 spikes and two connectors.
Favored by landscape professionals for its sleek appearance, durability, easy installation and lifetime warranty, this edging is ideal for both curves and straight runs. Use it to create a tidy edge on garden beds, tree rings, and walkways, as well as brick or stone patios. Prevents weeds from infiltrating beds, and keeps mulch and gravel contained. This set includes four 6' sections plus twelve 10" steel stakes.
Some gardeners dislike plastic mulches, but want something more permanent and more effective than bark mulch. This edging is made of coco fibers bonded with natural latex rubber. Anchored at the edges with Earth Staples, sold separately, they can be mowed over — no trimmer needed.
All-natural bamboo edging is a perfect finish for your Asian or rainforest-inspired garden. Bamboo pieces are connected by a flexible wire system making it easy to follow the curves in your landscape. Each bamboo piece is cut directly above a knuckle, thereby creating a sealed top to prevent water infiltration and moisture-related decay.
Keep mulch beautifully contained! Designed to withstand the rigors of the elements, the hardwearing weathering steel of this landscape edging develops a rich, protective patina over time. Won’t corrode or flake, and looks like a natural part of your landscape. It will arrive in its natural steel state — let it age over time or follow our easy instructions to accelerate the weathering process. Ends connect for a continuous, seamless look.
If you like the look of stone edging but want something easier to work with, this is an excellent choice. Use to define flower beds, gardens, walkways, and patios. Recycled rubber is more forgiving than stone, won't chip or degrade, and has the flexibility to make perfect curves. 4 ft. length feature predrilled holes at either end for staking. Can be cut to length with a hacksaw.
Want to show pollinators more love but aren't quite ready to dive into beekeeping? Declare your affinity for the hallowed honeycomb with this geometric border fencing. It'll create a lovely, defining edge for your lawn, flower garden, or anywhere else you need to draw a gentle line between free-roaming and restricted areas.
Wow, this artificial stone block edging looks fantastic in a landscape. The stone blocks are light in weight and easy to use. The mitered ends allow for multiple shapes for borders or around trees and bushes. Ground stake system included.
Formal and stately without being stuffy, this darling border edging marks a perfect line between plantings, or delineates no-trespass areas. Part of our Oxford Collection of garden structures.
Use these versatile corners to create everything from multi-level raised beds to angled landscape edging. Use singly for 5-1/2" high beds or edging, or stack two corners for an 11" high bed. Use with standard 2 x 6 lumber (fastening screws are included).
One of the quickest, easiest ways to draw the line between your lawn and flower or veggie beds. Simply pound each connecting piece into the ground with a rubber mallet; the flat top and reinforced sides are designed to withstand the force without warping. Need to go around a corner? Just bend the sections to form the curve you need.
Why settle for plain, ubiquitous wire edging when you can have this stylish option? Inspired by the trees in our own gardens, our Enchanted Woods collection appears to magically spring from the earth. Each self-staking set includes a darling ceramic bird for you to place on one of the twiggy nubs.
Add some functional charm to the garden by giving your flower beds an elegant edge. If you live in a walkable neighborhood, a border also sends a clear but gentle message to dog owners that your lawn and plants are off limits!
These end rocks are for use with the RTS Rock Lock Border System, sold separately, for a finished look to the ends of your faux stone walls. Weatherproof all year round, these hollow rocks will not crack or chip
Based on a design found at Shakespeare's garden in Stratford, England, these border edge irons are perfect for holding back unruly plants and defining the edge of a garden or walkway. Place them side-by-side or overlap them as much as you'd like. Easy to install; simply press the legs into the soil. Matte black finish.
Add some personality to the garden by giving your flower beds a defined, yet playful edge. If you live in a walkable neighborhood, a border also sends a clear but gentle message to dog owners that your lawn and plants are off-limits!
Give your flower garden a decorative fence border finish that's sure to draw attention without stealing the show. The edging looks terrific in flower boxes, too! The durable, estate-quality, matte black edging installs in minutes and can remain outdoors year-round. Set of three 14" wide sections that create 42-1/2" of edging.
Call attention to prized plants, create formal definition, and help block weeds at the same time. The natural, unglazed terra cotta complements any landscape design. It's not winter-hardy though so, if you live in a cold climate, bring it inside before the ground freezes. If you're planning to use it within a lawn, we recommend protecting it from errant mowers or string trimmers by buffering it with an extra, outer ring of mulch.
The clean edges of this tree surround not only protect your tree from damage and weeds, but also help direct water to roots and make your landscape look tidy. Can also be used as a compact circular raised garden bed.
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