105,611 lawn edging Home Design Photos

Meg Padgett
1 Review
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What material did you use for the edging- is it just the generic plastic or is it metal or something else?
Reflexology path at the front lawn, circling the center.
Would like this better than concrete but would kids throw the rocks all over the lawn?
Materials (amounts will vary depending on length of path):ShovelRakeTamper toolLawn edgingLawn-edging stakes Landscaping fabric and pinsPea gravelBegin by mapping out the pathway. We used the lawn edging, but you could also use a flexible garden hose. We kept the path about 3 feet wide to allow for the
“Pretty” — 2blonde
Meg Padgett
1 Review
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and the lawn edging in place, pack the earth back around the edging. Level everything out and compress it with a tamper tool. The earth on the outside should be near the top of the lawn edging, and the earth on the inside, about an inch lower. The outside depth helps prevent cutting the edging while mowing
“pathway” — oliveriok
Fowler Interiors
2 Reviews
clemson
Ideabooks1,839
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idea for around edge of raised patio to make it easier to cut grass
idea of having a flat edge piece to make it easier to mow up to the landscaping blocks
Edging brick Brick can work in a variety of ways. It can be set vertically
variety of ways. It can be set vertically with or without grout as a mowing strip for a large space of grass. If you're planning on using the brick as an edging for landscaping too, don't forget to dig a slight trench for them (as in the previous example) to help the plants from spreading underground.
“Brick pattern” — bonntortorice
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks11,906
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what is the evergreen at the lower left joining the lawn
of rhododendron, an ericaceous plant, can be planted under skyrocketing conifers. This is a popular plant combination for a thickened border at a lawn edge or a formal, parterre-style garden.
of rhododendron, an ericaceous plant, can be planted under skyrocketing conifers. This is a popular plant combination for a thickened border at a lawn edge or a formal, parterre-style garden. Traditional Landscape by Debra Prinzing Debra Prinzing SaveEmail This image, of The Bloedel Reserve garden in
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a place where you can walk, contemplate and appreciate what you have. Here, the small section of green lawn is a soothing place of rest amidst the large conifers and broadleaf evergreens at its edge. Stunning!
“Rhododendrons” — ramblingoaks
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
Ideabooks11,130
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Love the lawn, what type of grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
How can u make that edge so neat and the landscaping so clean?
What type of edging did you use
Kousa dogwood? Mareissi Doublefile Viburnum? Edging. Vine.
good ideas about how to integrate the edge of the house into the garden
replacing these areas with turf. Using a motorized edger, a spade or an edging tool, you can make the division between your lawn and garden deeper and more defined, making it easier to trim and mow.When you’re done digging and edging, spread out at least an inch of mulch to keep weeds from popping up.
6. Make mowing easier. How easy is your lawn to mow? If it has an unusually complicated shape, sharp corners and poorly defined edges, simplifying the shape of your beds will help save you time in the long run. Lay out a garden hose to form
“Landscape” — kellyyurcich
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks14,371
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did you use some kind of edging and if so, what did you use?
Hello andeka, thanks for your question. We did not use any edging between the lawn and garden bed. Just cut in a nice cut edge using a flat shovel. This technique is more organic and easy to maintain. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch
General landscaping idea for edge of yard
“hydrangeas” — Alyson Platten
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
Ideabooks14,343
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Minus all the grass. Behind the house 3 or 4 steps down to the lawn
with lawn and stone or brick
A large lawn may be a traditional approach to a landscape space, but breaking it into tiered levels edged with brick gives the same sense of expansiveness while adding individuality.
Fertilize the lawn. Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Use a lawn fertilizer with a ratio
a rate of 1 pound per 1,000 square feet of grass. Always follow the directions on the package and avoid overfertilizing, which will only damage your lawn. Resist the urge to use "winterizing" fertilizers until late October or early November. Water well after applying fertilizers.
“Lawn” — sufall96
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Log Cabin by Lake
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A deck and patio lead from the log cabin to a fire ring above the bluff overlooking the lake. Carefully controlled edging to the lawn created order from the surroundings and emphasized the clients desire for off setting the rustic nature of the log home. Low maintenance plantings and a simple gravel
transplant fertilizer in the spring. The shade tolerant grasses are also ok in the sun and you can use a perennial rye if you want a faster growing lawn with less drought tolerance. Thanks for asking.
“Upper deck” — swenbagger
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