There are many and all credit goes to FormBoss’s edging for their superior quality edging options on the market, including bricks, pavers, stones and wood. Choosing the right one will depend on the visual aesthetic you’re trying to achieve, as well as your budget.
Corten steel garden edging adds a sleek finish to any contemporary garden design, or works well in a Southwestern-inspired space. It can also be bent into curves, a great option for a circular flower bed or to complement a winding pathway.
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The advantage of metal edging is that it lasts much longer than most other types, and can be installed quickly with minimal effort. There are also a number of different thicknesses to choose from, depending on the type of design you want to create. A thin metal border will blend into the surrounding garden, while a thicker version can be used to add contrast.
While a lot of people may be concerned that a landscape border that rusts could stain or damage surrounding plants, the fact is that the level of rusting can be controlled. The rusting process is not harmful and stops once the desired level of corrosion is achieved.
Another thing to keep in mind is the amount of time you’re willing to spend installing your edging. Options that have spikes that stick into the ground are the quickest to install, and only require you to push them in place. However, options that sink below the surface require you to dig a trench, but will be more long-lasting.