1. Paver Mow Strip
Working for a clean and crisp division between the planting bed and the lawn, mow strips can be built from a variety of materials, including lovely square-shaped pavers as this one. Plus, it’s a super easy-to-install option.
Idea Details : 2minutegardener
2. Brick Edging for Flower Beds
The symmetrical shape of concrete pavers brings out a suburban look to this brick edging that’s not only inexpensive but also maintenance free. The vertical paver wall ensures that no mulch works its way into the garden.
Idea Details : gardeenworld
3. Garden Bed With Brick
Allowing you to run a push mower on top of the edging and dispense with the string trimmer, a finely arranged band of bricks defining the boundary of the garden bed combine convenience with aesthetic appeal.
Idea Details : thisoldhouse
4. Garden Bed Blocks
The whole idea of building a garden loaded with colorful flowers and plants has been gracefully brought to life within a wooden box that separates the garden bed from the lawn with a vibrant shade of paint.
Idea Details : pin.it
5. Trapezoid Stones Garden Edge
It won’t take more than a few minutes to put together a nicely curved border with these budget-friendly stones. The unique trapezoid shape makes them perfect for straight or curved edges, by simply laying them on the ground.
Idea Details : jennaburger
6. DIY Woven Garden Edging
A bundle of pruned raspberry canes woven together with a few bamboo canes that provide a solid support to the edging are an unconventional choice for garden borders. Apt for those who want to achieve a country-cottage essence.
Idea Details : lovelygreens
7. Round Stone Garden Edging
Grab loads of big and small round stones or pebbles in a few coordinating colors for a totally natural, informal garden edge. How stones blend with the environment, while being quite sturdy at the same time is simply wonderful.
Idea Details : tany
8. Concrete Garden Edging
Lasting for years, concrete edging takes the cake with its durability, while being equally versatile to match just about any garden decor. The concrete mix combined with a liquid cement color is the key to build one from scratch.
Idea Details : bobvila
9. Scrap Wood Garden Edging
The randomness sported by this beautiful edging is all credits to lots of scrap wood, including slabs of plywood, pieces of 2×4, old planks and cedar fencing cut into smaller bits and painted with pastel hues.
Idea Details : farmhouse38
10. Woven Hose Garden Edge
Uber cool is the word for this innovative garden fence built with old hoses woven together catching all the attention with their contemporary look. The tall fence in bright shades of blue will go almost with every surrounding.
Idea Details : karapaslaydesigns
11. Pallet Stakes Edging
An old pallet transformed into lovely stakes with a few V-shaped cuts yield a breathtaking garden edge when painted in black and hammered into the edge of the garden bed, further pressing soil against them.
Idea Details : jenthousandwords
12. Cinder Block Garden Edge
Spruce up a few cinder blocks with your choice of spray paint and lay them along the perimeter of the garden bed, and voila! Additionally, you can fill the cinder holes with colorful flowers for an extra color to the garden.
Idea Details : abbisiler
13. Tree Trunk Edging
Cut timber rounds from tree trunks in different heights and cement the logs in place to form an out-of-the-box vertical log boundary for your garden. What an environment-friendly and natural hack!
Idea Details : childhood101
14. Terra Cotta Garden Edging
Creativity crosses all boundaries when it comes to crafting interestingly-shaped terra cotta edging, defining curves and paths at their best – right from engraved tiles to scrolled roped designs.
Idea Details : gardenista
15. Vertical Brick Edging
Vertically installed bricks make a rustic garden edging offering a nice barrier between the lawn and garden bed. The uniformity in the shape as well as the neat look makes the space even more pleasant.
Idea Details : makelyhome
16. Recycled Brick Garden Edge
A wonderful take on using bricks for garden edging, this all-new thing of creativity ends up in an edge that looks like lots of triangles laid together. The key is to turn the bricks on their side and lay them on an angle.
Idea Details : thechicsite
17. Rock and Brick Garden Edging
Large smooth stones go just so well with bricks, together forming this garden edging that keeps things minimal and natural. The installation is super simple, involving laying the stones edged right up to the bricks.
Idea Details : pin.it
18. Railway Sleeper Garden Edge
Railroad ties or sleepers staggered vertically to follow the natural curve of your garden bed brighten the whole outdoor space. Each of the sleepers is unique due to the different heights they are cut in.
Idea Details : kilgraney
19. Upcycle Glass Bottles into a Garden Border
Treat your garden with a chic and funky element of decor plus functionality with lots of colored glass bottles working out its borders. The necks of the bottles are buried into the ground, while arranging them all side by side.
Idea Details : naturalgreenmom
20. China Plate Garden Border
Who says those gorgeous pieces of crockery only need to be limited to the kitchen – instead put them to great use to build a DIY garden border. Simply dig the mud, further refilling the trench once you install the plate.
Idea Details : 33barefootlane
It’s amazing how some of the most basic household items like plates or old bottles can make a statement to your garden, while the other borders, including wooden logs or imperfect tiles showcase the idea of rustic garden edges with sheer beauty!