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The Best Garden Bed Edging Tips

Maybe if I had done this my flower bed would still be a flower bed... To reduce maintenance we added a 4-in. deep trench that we lined with plastic edging and filled with mulch. The edging keeps grass roots from creeping into the stone wall

Mailbox Garden--Spruce up your mailbox with some flowers by creating a base garden with retaining wall blocks.

Raised Garden Bed

Raised Garden Bed
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Raised Bed Garden Designs

Raised Garden Bed

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14 "Zero Dollar" Garden Hacks

Genius! Switch out annual plants in your landscaping design by burying pots, then placing potted plants inside like this

garden swing retreat ... (photo) We need a dry creek bed as a drainage solution for our south (side) yard. I like the plants and the stepping stone path. Our Homes Association probably wouldn't allow us to build a pergola-swing, though!

Love this, no more having to mow against a fence. And with the stone edging being dug into the ground, you can mow right over it

Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

The Perfect Border for your Beds: Defining a gardens edge with inexpensive stone that fit any shape or size garden bed. Details @ www.jennaburger.com