5 materials that make great garden edges.

Finally, the days of a messy garden are over! Start sprucing up your garden with a little landscaping project this weekend. Flat or raised garden edging helps to create a space for a pathway or to dedicate a specific area for planted vegetables amidst a lawn or garden. You have the option to create a seamless aesthetic of rocks, pebbles and individual plants paired with different growing media such as coco coir, sand and pine bark!

1. Brick.

Bricks and cinderblocks are perhaps two of the most common materials used in the creation of garden beds and edging, in homes today. They can be arranged in a sawtooth pattern.