51. Willow Branch
A charming appearance is given when using thin willow branches tied together with care.
52. Mosaic Blocks
Bring some art and color to your garden beds with your very own mosaic creations.
Is it that time of year again? Pumpkin season? Make quite the statement by edging your garden with bright orange pumpkins!
54. Rainbow Rocks
This is definitely one of my favorite garden edging ideas! It brings an instant smile to the face!
55. Composite Boards
Don’t worry about wood rot, use a composite board with a beautiful finish to get a similar and more manageable edging.
Border your garden with one color of bright beautiful blooming flowers!
A garden edging doesn’t have to be boring you can get a border with an elegant design.
58. Little Village
Bring some life to your garden edge by painting a bright and colorful village on an otherwise boring brick border.
59. Roof Tiles for Garden Edging Ideas
A low retaining wall made from neatly colored roof tiles to line your garden edge.
60. Stone Spiral
With just a little curve at the end of your edge, you can bring a certain artistic flare that will definitely be noticed.
Recycle some old pallet wood to create a small thin border between your play area and lawn.
62. Rope Light
Using rope light to separate your garden from your walking path will ensure nobody steps on your beautiful flowers.
Flagstone rocks keep things natural while also adding a clean edging to a wild garden.
64. Blue Glass
Keep those beautiful blue bottles to make a bright statement in your garden!
65. Scrap Metal
Get your creativity flowing with a fun art project like a scrap metal garden edge.
66. Love Edging
Give your garden a unique touch and pick your favorite shape to border the lovely plants.
Limestone makes a lovely material to use as a garden edge. It’s clean, easy to maintain, and has a lovely tone.
Give your garden a nautical touch with a charming rope designed as an edge or border.
69. Wagon Wheels
Wagon wheels are one way you could make a farmhouse friendly edge or fencing to a large garden.
Add some educational fun to your garden with a creative idea such as these alphabet rocks.
71. Glow Stones
A glistening blue river of glowing stones makes a spectacular garden edge.
A garden edge that also functions as a sprinkler system! Brilliant!
73. Rubber Mulch
Don’t worry about your mulch spreading all over your yard. Keep things clean with a rubber version.
74. DIY Concrete
Take on a DIY project for the weekend by mixing up a concrete garden edge.
75. Dry Creek
A dry river bed can be an effective and still stylish way to edge your garden.