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Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart

Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart: EverEdge Edging - Made from sturdy, powder coated flexible steel with 3-3/4" spikes, EvrEdge appeals with its casual, country garden look. Lengths are interlocking for seamless installation and come five to a set, totaling 16 linear feet of edging per package. $95 at Grandin Road

Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

20 Ways to Add Curb Appeal

In a Weekend Add arbors or fence panels Arbors, garden gates, and short sections of decorative fence panels will enhance your garden and the value of your home. These amenities can be found in easy-to-build kits or prefab sections you simply connect together. For best results, paint or stain these items with colors already on your house.

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How to Edge Flower Beds... Like a Pro!

$0 Professionally edged flowerbeds 3 tools 1. Half moon edger. Make a fresh cut along grass, make edges in a smooth arc. 2.Hand held garden shovel~ trench out the soil w/shovel mound away from the edge. 3. sheers~Trim grass along the edge horizontally and vertically... The trench allows for water run off and soil falling, shadow creates a dazzling finish.

The Family Handymanfrom The Family Handyman

The Best Garden Bed Edging Tips

Laying flat brick along your garden bed borders makes it easy for a mower to keep grass in check without the need for edging or trimming. Get DIY instructions from The Family Handyman. *around flower bed


How To Choose And Apply Mulch to Your Flower Beds

How To Choose And Apply Mulch to Your Flower Beds Check there site and get your answer. Then put up your Bat House at the garden edge.Bats love flower for the bugs. = Bat Houses

Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year – spring and fall.