Driveway Border

For the spring honey-do list. Tutorial on laying Belgian blocks for a driveway. I'm thinking about doing this on our gravel driveway.

Tar and chip driveway. This has an upscale look with the cobblestone edging. The raised curbing will work great. And although I like the look of the triple border, I would imagine this will take some upkeep.

Stone Edging creates a decorative border for your flowerbed, garden, or other landscaping. Easy to install with no digging required.

Poured-in-place concrete borders are perfect for lawn and garden edging, tree surrounds, and driveway curbs.

pathway + lavender ... edge of driveway?this is my driveway plan, grow lavender grow, love it

This is what I want my driveway border gardens to look like -- only with more color

driveway border

Create a kind of living fence by lining up tall potted grasses along a walkway or wide driveway.

How to Landscape With Rock Borders... would work great for going up the driveway

shady side of house plantings... hosta, astillbe, ferns, & more.... stone instead of grass- starting at driveway leading to back

Sweet Alyssum Draping over the edging. My grandmother edged her long driveway with small boulders and grew Creeping Phlox and alyssum around them What a sight it was!!!

Check out Brick borders for path edging. Figure A: Brick edging details

Trying to find a simple low curb/boarder I like to keep the long gravel driveway and lawn looking nice and finished. This looks nice, easy, and low maintenance.

Concrete driveway with paver border

How to Border a Gravel Driveway

Beautiful border of astilbe and hosta; perfect for shade area coming down driveway

Wide garden edging. (can you tell I'm looking for inspiration to edge my beds out front?)

low maintenance landscape - and well draining driveway border

Flowers and edibles plan - For front yard off of the driveway and in front of boxwood

Greeting visitors to the home, a sculptural jacaranda bordered by hedging makes a stunning statement on the driveway.

A road edge planting. Frequently called a "hellstrip" because it is a hot, dry and often difficult to grow in area. This one is planted with 1. Yellow Ice Plant 2. Purple Salvia 3. Red, Dragons Blood Sedum and other drought tolerant plants. Click image to get more ideas on Xeriscape Plantings

Decorative Stamped Pattern Driveway Border (for idea of expanding concrete patio with pavers/flagstones)

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Liriope muscari for along driveway/parking area

If your driveway floods or is a muddy mess when it rains, check out our guide for a quick-draining surface. | Illustration: Annie Bissett |