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  • JamesandSarah Cagle

    Landscaping Edging Ideas for the front yard

  • Gypsy Lisa

    Garden and Landscaping Edging Ideas Rock Garden Edging Mix and match rock shapes and colors for a natural garden edge. Large multicolor rocks complement this landscape's informal style. Positioned in a winding pattern, the round boulders allow sweet alyssum to creep over and between the rocks, creating a lacy, scalloped look in this landscaped flower bed.

  • Valerie Harmon

    river rock border landscape | bed edging ideas rock edging garden bed edging ideas rock

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