Layer carefully cut bamboo poles tightly together for a wonderful garden edging.
27. Rusty Pipes
I love how this design takes advantage of the space in the pipes to create a charming rock succulent garden.
28. Tightly Woven
Tightly woven, this is an example of how you can weave natural materials to create a basket-like effect on your edging.
Reuse old dinner plates or get fancy and make use of that China plate collection as an alternative garden border.
If you're working with mulch against concrete an awesome garden border can be made with bright green grass.
31. Flipped Rocks
Who says you have to lay rocks flat? Look how great they look placed this way!
32. Chevron Bricks
Get a rustic Chevron-type design using recycled bricks and nothing more!
A clean and crisp edge can be created using a contrasting-toned gravel.
A U-Shape is an efficient shape for an easier reach to all spots in your garden! Especially great for vegetable gardens.
35. Rock Bricks
Rock bricks stylishly create straight lines which make your garden look clean and tidy.
36. Bowling Balls
Make a statement in your yard with colorful and fun bowling balls lining the edge of your garden.
A garden edge doesn't have to be expensive, it can be as easy as some chopped-up 4x4s.
38. Painted Cinder Blocks
A fun and colorful way to edge your garden is with painted cinder blocks.
A lovely way to keep your garden mulch separated from your trimmed green lawn.
You can get artistic with your garden edging by adding in stylish and creative design elements.
41. Metal Sheeting
Edge your raised plant bed with stylish sheet metal to really make a bright statement.
42. Curb Appeal
Gain that much-desired curb appeal by using sharp edges, contrasting colors, and unique design elements.
Give your garden a zig-zag effect with a cool design like this one using wooden railway sleepers.
44. Even Boards
This is what a garden edge looks like with evenly cut boards and an interesting sitting place worked into the design.
If you want a quick and easy lawn edging option you can always opt for buying a commercial one.
A garden edge doesn't have to be boring, you can really get creative and have fun coming up with something unique.
47. Vertical Twigs
DIY a natural-looking edging solution for your raised bed while staying under budget.
48. Wine Corks
If you haven't already, start collecting those wine corks because this project needs a lot of them!
49. Metal Flowers
Decorative metal flowers can be a gorgeous way to separate your garden bed from your lawn.
50. Rock Art
How about this for a creative and zen-looking garden border? Very clever!