use cement and stamps/mosaics/self designed drawings to create garden borders. Find unique molds to create your own pavers, or just pour straight lines like shown here using two by fours, measuring rods, and levels to build molds.
Steering away from the natural stone and wood edging, here is an example of a more industrial option – cinder blocks. While this may not be the first thing to come to mind, cinder blocks are very well-suited for this purpose. They are easy to install and can be placed with a slight curve, as seen above. You can also use the voids to grow more flowers around your garden. They could even be painted to compliment your house or other parts of your garden.ProsEasy installationEasier to…
Mow strips can be made from any solid material used to separate the lawn from a planting bed. They allow a law mower to trim the grass all the way to edge of the lawn without having to use a string trimmer. Mow strips are usually made from concrete but can also be made from pavers
Brick, concrete and stone are quite common materials that you will find on a garden bed border. But why not boost your imagination to change the ordinary and boring borders? Using recycled glass bottles, shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs can make it fresh and different. However, the garden edging is often overlooked though […]
Check out this super easy Raised bed garden design! And you can put little flowers in the cinder block holes as a cute, colorful border too! I'm definitely going to be doing this for my vegetable garden this spring! LOVE