Add a natural touch by using logs as a trellis. You'll need some eye screws, wood and gravel to get started. And of course large tree branches or logs
Super creative ways to add a garden border using items you likley have: Plates, glass bottles, pallet wood, aluminum flashing & rope lighting.
Place terra cota pots into the dirt, a few inches deep. Line them up from smallest to largest for a cute touch or use all the same sized pots.
Create a clean and polished look for your flower beds. Use a half moon edger to create clean edges, then create a trench with mounded soil.
Your kids will love this! Spray paint rocks in various colors and place over landscaping fabric that has been staked down like the waviness of a river
Use old wine bottles by making a garden border. Use a rubber mallet to drive the wine bottles, neck down, into the soil for this fun border idea.
Spray paint garden borders using different colors for each side, then place around a tree for a pretty, decorative, circular border.
Reserve a weekend and enegry for this DIY! You'll be shoveling, digging trenches and laying down sand and bricks to create this brick garden edging.
Place blocks where you want them, measure wood boards, cut as needed then slide into the planter blocks. You'll love this clean and classy border.
Up your curb appeal by installing a little white fence as garden edging. A perfect way to compliment your flowers and plants.
Get your power saw out to cut pallets into the sizes you want. Sand, paint with exterior acrylic paint, and place as edging in your garden.
Place your stones around a pond for a decorative edging makeover. Be sure to watch the video tutorial on how to shape stone with a hammer.