Use up all that driftwood you’ve been collecting all these years walking on the beach for a great garden project.
77. Rainbow Totems
Have fun making (or buying) colorful ceramic totems and use them to line the edge your gardens and pathways.
78. Mosaic Brick
Use this step-by-step tutorial to make your own artistic mosaic bricks to outline your garden.
79. Colored Pebbles
A display of varying colored pebbles to separate the curb from the garden in a natural and fun way.
A decorative way to add an edging to your garden is to buy a pre-made one.
A contemporary look that raises your gardens up so they can be admired even more closely.
82. Aluminum Flashing
Your garden will shine from the rays of the sun or glisten from the light of the moon.
83. Faux Rock
Want that natural stone-look without all the heavy lifting? Go faux!
Stackable corner joints make an endless amount of possibilities to how you want to design your garden.
This is a DIY inspiration that challenges you to make your own bricks with motivational words.
86. Spiral Stakes
I’m really digging these beautiful metal spiral stakes that have been used to divide the garden.
87. Standing Rocks
Classy and simple this garden edging entails some heavy-lifting but has a beautiful result.
88. Sitting Logs
Finely finished logs that act as a garden edge as well as a quiet place to sit and relax.
89. Pre-Made Stones
Don’t worry about your stones moving around or being stolen by birds. Get a pre-made stoned edging instead!
90. Brick Stakes
Don’t worry about laying bricks with mortar, use this simple “cheat” to get the same look without the hard work.
91. Heavy Chain Links
How awesome is this idea? Large chain links make a wonderful border as well as a pot holder.
Antique terracotta garden tiles frame this garden for a classy appearance.
93. Plastic Bottles
A rainbow display of plastic bottles will not only edge your garden but help you with your recycling.
94. Tree Flower
Not exactly a garden edge, but an example of how you can edge the trees in your garden with a beautiful design!
95. Big to Small
A gradient of terracotta pots from large to small outlining where your new plants will soon be growing!
96. Rivers Edge
Let the river run smoothly at the edge of your flower beds and herb gardens.
97. Aluminum Gooseneck
This edging is simple to make and easy to install and has a wonderful industrial look to it.
98. Single File
This single-file rock edging may take a while to make but it’s definitely worth the effort!
99. Painted Pallets
Pick your favorite colors and start painting! Or maybe you want to go monochrome!
100. Crystals and Mandalas
A driftwood edging embellished with glistening crystals and perfectly painted mandalas.
Metal and wood, stones and pebbles, bright colors and monochrome tones, eccentric and classy, we’ve seen it all! Who knew there were so many unique and different ways you could edge your garden and yard?
Depending on your budget, you can choose if you want to go with something fancy or make something all on your own! Depending on your garden, you could go with something big that makes a statement or something subtle and quaint. The choice is up to you.