Bed Edging

One of the simplest ways to add maintenance free curb appeal to your Pittsburgh home is with garden bed edging, also called curbing. Adding an elegant edge adds a decorative touch that attracts people’s attention to the symmetrical framework. Lining your garden beds with an edge will draw attention to particular features that you want to highlight such as a prized plant specimen or garden features.

But, not only is edging beautiful, it is also quite functional. Edging prevents grass or weeds from the grass from creeping into your beds. It also keeps the mulch or gravel inside the bed where it belongs. This can be especially important in areas that have a slope, or in unique spots of your lawn such as keeping mulch out of a pool or trampoline area.

Types of Decorative Hardscape Borders / Edging:

  • Brick
  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Stone
  • Metal
  • Plastic

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