Whether you want to add detail to your property, hide inherent imperfections with the turf, or camouflage your home's foundation, a border is an excellent and very-natural way to achieve this. The options are endless when it comes to different types of borders, from flowering to foliage, seasonal to year-round. Depending on your distinct needs and preferences, the right border can give the property a manicured, landscaped look on practically any budget.
The best time to plan on edging your lawn or green-space is in the spring, when the ground is soft and easy to dig. After you have reshaped or formed your garden beds in the summer, plant to install your edging. Keep an eye on new edging after heavy rain, and re-edge or repair in the fall after the last mowing of the season.
Some different types of lawn edging to consider include the following suggestions:
Daisies have a lighthearted appearance and remind many people of childhood. They're found on every continent on Earth except for Antarctica, and they come in hundreds of varieties. In fact daisies make up about 10% of all flowering plants on the planet. Why not include some of these stunning flowers in your landscape? Fill a garden bed or two with them, and your entire yard will light up with color and freshness.