We at Serene Landscape Consulting have been working in the landscaping industry for over 30 years, and you can count on us to help you elevate your design. One of the many services we offer to help you take your landscape to the next level is landscape edging.
In this article, we’ll provide more information about landscape edging and its benefits to help you decide if this service is right for you.
- What Is Landscape Edging? – The term landscape edging refers to the borders separating one area of your landscape from another. For example, the border between your lawn and your flower beds. These borders can be made of a variety of materials, such flexible plastic or brick pavers.
- Practical Benefits of Landscape Edging – Landscape edging serves a few practical purposes. First, it helps prevent your turf grass from growing into your landscaping beds, which in turn prevents the grass from competing with your flowers, shrubs, and other plants for nutrients. In addition, landscape edging helps prevent mulch and gravel from escaping its beds and getting into your lawn.
- Aesthetic Benefits of Landscape Edging – Landscape edging also elevates the visual design of your landscape. Adding trim between one area of your yard and another is a nice visual touch that will enhance the whole effect of your landscape.
If you have questions about our landscape edging services, we encourage you to give us a call to get the answers you are looking for—we’ll be happy to provide all the information you need.