Connie
Connie
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Asked on May 18, 2019

How to steady a wood edging on your landscape?

BetsyNaomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CAKelli L. Milligan

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How do I steady a wood edging on my landscape

3 answers
  • Kelli L. Milligan
    on May 18, 2019

    Usually spikes


  • Drill holes in it and use rebar to keep it in place.

  • Betsy
    on May 18, 2019

    Hi Connie: If you have buried at least 1/2 of your edging in the ground so it's level, then you might try drilling holes, one at each end, about 3 inches from the edges, and one in the middle, and pound in a piece of re-bar, that rumply metal post they use to secure cement in poured walls, about a foot into the ground and a little lower than the hole. Fill in the holes with a mixture of wood glue and wood shavings, thick as peanut butter. Once dry, that can be sanded. You can stain the mix before putting into the holes to match the wood. Good luck

    • Connie
      on May 18, 2019

      Thank you for answering my question Betsy I really appreciate it.

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