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Landscape Edging Stone

Upgrade and beautify your outdoor living environment with our huge selection of patio stones and pavers and edging stones. Use retaining wall blocks, caps and leveling sand to give your lawn a sense of uniformity and order. Dealing with an uneven landscape? Hardscaping is a great solution. Build your own stone wall or retaining wall. Looking for unique ideas to add dimension to your yard? Try a railroad tie retaining wall and landscaping ties for a change. Lead the way with stepping-stonesand flagstones, or create a one-of-a-kind driveway using driveway pavers. Maintenance is a snap with paver sand and panels, jointing and polymeric sand and life-extending paver sealers. Fire Pit project kits are a convenient way to improve your yard’s appearance. Use edging to differentiate between your lawn and garden pathways with garden edging, lawn edging, or path edging. Looking for garden and landscape edging ideas and materials? See what you can do with your garden edges by using concrete edging, brick edging, or plastic lawn edging. Thinking about a rock garden or want to incorporate landscape rocks into your garden design or some creative garden ideas? Lowe’s has you covered. Stay warm with an outdoor fireplace or fire pit. Choose from a gas fire pit, stone fireplace, stone fire pit and more. Not sure where to begin? Learn what to do when building a fire pit. We also carry outdoor fireplace kits to get you started. If you’re in need of patio or backyard inspiration, check out our front yard landscaping ideas, backyard ideas and backyard patio ideas.
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Landscape Edging Stone

Bring Out the Best in Your Backyard Upgrade and beautify your outdoor living environment with our huge selection of patio stones and pavers and edging stones. Use retaining wall blocks, caps and leveling sand to give your lawn a sense of uniformity and order. Dealing with an uneven landscape? Hardscaping is a great solution. Build your own stone wall or retaining wall. Looking for unique ideas to add dimension to your yard? Try a railroad tie retaining wall and landscaping ties for a change. Lead the way with stepping-stonesand flagstones, or create a one-of-a-kind driveway using driveway pavers. Maintenance is a snap with paver sand and panels, jointing and polymeric sand and life-extending paver sealers. Fire Pit project kits are a convenient way to improve your yard’s appearance. Use edging to differentiate between your lawn and garden pathways with garden edging, lawn edging, or path edging. Looking for garden and landscape edging ideas and materials? See what you can do with your garden edges by using concrete edging, brick edging, or plastic lawn edging. Thinking about a rock garden or want to incorporate landscape rocks into your garden design or some creative garden ideas? Lowe’s has you covered. Stay warm with an outdoor fireplace or fire pit. Choose from a gas fire pit, stone fireplace, stone fire pit and more. Not sure where to begin? Learn what to do when building a fire pit. We also carry outdoor fireplace kits to get you started. If you’re in need of patio or backyard inspiration, check out our front yard landscaping ideas, backyard ideas and backyard patio ideas.
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Landscape Edging Stone

Home › Product Types ›Edging Edging Concrete edging is a great way to finish your outdoor dreamscape. Whether you’re trying to add some color or control a wayward lawn, edging is the answer. Available in a variety of shapes, concrete edgers by Pavestone can be installed in straight, curved or serpentine linear patterns to fit any landscape layout. Scalloped edging adds a classic look to any flowerbed or pathway border. The curved shape of thi… 12″ Scallop Edge Curved Scalloped edging adds a classic look to any flowerbed or pathway border. This 12 inch straight v… 12″ Scallop Edge Straight Add a touch of country to your garden or pathway with our Picket Edge™. The classic look of this … 12″ Straight Picket Edge™ Create an English countryside look with the Cobble Edger. The rough-hewn look of this edger por… Cobble Edger A worldwide favorite for many years, the DecoraStone™ paver combines two distinct shapes in … DecoraStone™ Edger Edgestone™ II is an easy-to-use edger, great for gardens, pathways and flowerbeds. Its desi… Edgestone™ Estate Edge™ is a great edger for straight, curved and serpentine applications. This produc… Estate Edge™ Add a touch of country to your garden or pathway with our Picket Edge™. The classic look of this … Picket Edge™ Tree Ring This 16 inch long Portico® Edger can dress up any garden, flowerbed or pathway with its unique s… Portico® Edger Ridgemont™ Edger can dress up any garden, flower bed, or pathway with its unique shape and des… Ridgemont™ Edger Edge your flower beds and gardens with a rustic flair. The Tuscan Edger provides an easy-to-ins… Tuscan Edger The 12″ Venetian Edger has a textured, sculpted form that can dress up any landscape. It c… Venetian™ Edger
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Landscape Edging Stone

Buying Edging Steel edging is the most common metal edging, although you might not find it at local nurseries. Look for it at larger garden centers or at landscape suppliers, which is where most pros get it. (Search “Landscape Equipment and Supplies” online or in your Yellow Pages.) Steel edging comes in 4-in. wide by 10-ft. long strips in a variety of colors. Keep in mind that it’ll eventually rust, especially in a salt environment. It’s heavy, floppy stuff and needs almost full support when you transport it. Aluminum edging, besides being lighter and stiffer, won’t rust and is also available in a wide variety of colors. Look for it through landscaping suppliers, although it might be difficult to find. You might have to order it. Be sure stakes are included with your purchase. You’ll find black plastic edging at every garden center and home center, sometimes in both regular and heavy-duty thicknesses. Buy the thicker material. It better withstands those inevitable bumps and hard knocks that go with lawn mowing.
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Landscape Edging Stone

Stone edging ranks right up their with brick edging as a popular material to separate areas. Generally, stone carries a low cost but does require some “heavy” labor to get it all in place. However, stone edging does produce impressive results.
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Landscape Edging Stone

Steel edging is the most common metal edging, although you might not find it at local nurseries. Look for it at larger garden centers or at landscape suppliers, which is where most pros get it. (Search “Landscape Equipment and Supplies” online or in your Yellow Pages.) Steel edging comes in 4-in. wide by 10-ft. long strips in a variety of colors. Keep in mind that it’ll eventually rust, especially in a salt environment. It’s heavy, floppy stuff and needs almost full support when you transport it.
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Landscape Edging Stone

There are many varieties of edging, but most fall into two categories. The first is a solid length of edging that comes in a roll. It could be made of metal, rubber or plastic and is usually black or brown. However, landscape architect Maureen Smith says, “Metal or rubber edging is more likely to crack or chip, particularly when it takes abuse from lawn equipment.”
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Landscape Edging Stone

Digging a trench of the right depth is the trickiest part of installing edging. Use a section of your edging as a guide. You want the top to be higher than your lawn, rocks or other groundcover, but not so high that it calls undue attention to itself. It’s also important to place the edging deep enough to avoid creating a tripping hazard.

Rubber and metal edging material generally needs to be secured with stakes. This step is not necessary for paver edging. Once the material is secure, add rocks or other groundcover, making sure the top of the edging remains at a higher level.
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To reduce maintenance we added a 4-in. deep trench that we lined with plastic edging and filled with mulch. The edging keeps grass roots from creeping into the stone wall, and the mulch provides a mowing track for the lawn mower wheels. With taller types of grass, you can mow right over the plastic border and cut the lawn edge cleanly. There’s no need to trim the grass.
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Concrete edging is a great way to finish your outdoor dreamscape. Whether you’re trying to add some color or control a wayward lawn, edging is the answer. Available in a variety of shapes, concrete edgers by Pavestone can be installed in straight, curved or serpentine linear patterns to fit any landscape layout.
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Edging is essential to separate two types of groundcover, such as pebbles and mulch. It also works well between different kinds of sod or ornamental grasses, to keep one variety from overtaking the other. Any areas with loose rocks, such as sculpture gardens, rock gardens or pathways, also benefit from edging.
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Stone and rocks come in so many shapes, sizes, colors, looks and textures. This allows the use of stone as a stand alone in edging or combined with different stones to achieve interesting looks.
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Keep in mind as with many things in the landscape and garden there are NO RULES. Landscape edging comes down to your style, creativity, materials and budget.

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