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Edging can be both functional (a mowing strip, keeping grass from invading a garden) and a design element.  Combined with your favorite mulch, they will keep your landscape neat and tidy, as well as easier to maintain. 

 

Limestone Edging and Shredded Hardwood Mulch
Limestone Edging and Shredded Hardwood Mulch
Layered Edging
Layered Edging
Limestone Edging
Limestone Edging
Limestone Edging
Limestone Edging
Cobblestone Edging
Cobblestone Edging
Coppthorn & Limestone
Coppthorn & Limestone
Cobble Edge along Asphalt Drive
Cobble Edge along Asphalt Drive
Cobble Edge under Fence with River Rock Mulch
Cobble Edge under Fence with River Rock Mulch
Cobble Paver Edge with Decorative Rock Mulch
Cobble Paver Edge with Decorative Rock Mulch
Cobble Paver Edge with Hardwood Mulch
Cobble Paver Edge with Hardwood Mulch
Cobble Stone Edge
Cobble Stone Edge
Flagstone Path as Edge
Flagstone Path as Edge
Limestone Edge & Granite Rock Mulch
Limestone Edge & Granite Rock Mulch
Limestone Edge & River Rock Mulch
Limestone Edge & River Rock Mulch
Limestone Edging with Hardwood Mulch
Limestone Edging with Hardwood Mulch
Steel Edging with Granite Rock Mulch
Steel Edging with Granite Rock Mulch
Steel Edging with River Rock Mulch
Steel Edging with River Rock Mulch
Buckskin and Limestone Edging
Buckskin and Limestone Edging
Wallstone as Edging with Pine Needle Mulch
Wallstone as Edging with Pine Needle Mulch
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