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Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart: EverEdge Edging - Made from sturdy, powder coated flexible steel with 3-3/4" spikes, EvrEdge appeals with its casual, country garden look. Lengths are interlocking for seamless installation and come five to a set, totaling 16 linear feet of edging per package. $95 at Grandin Road

1 : Coyote Landscape Products 5 Piece Steel Home Kit Raw Steel Edging with 15 Edge Pins, 4" by 8', 18-Gauge : Patio, Lawn & Garden

from Landstylist

Cor-ten steel is a beautiful material. It is being used in gardens more and more and loved for its warm, weathered and industrial look. In my experience, this edging looks better when it is 1/4" thickness. Anything thinner and you will see bowing and the edge will not appear clean and straight, which is it's best attribute. Also when specifying corten, make sure you get a certificate that verifies it is truly cor-ten, and ASTM grade A588 or A606. View Product Website


Modern steel edging with concrete. Blue Oat Grass with small bits of color. Landscape Retaining Walls Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas


Possible replacement step uprights for the back steps, rather than sleepers? This is corten steel.


use 5mm non galvanised mild steel edging to contain lawn gravel areas and gardens from one another. Within a couple of weeks the metal has reacted to the moisture in the atmosphere and turned a rust colour. this style of edging is complimentary to both old and new houses

from WooHome

Steel Steel edging is a very common landscape option, but depending upon your choice of color, it can make very different statements. Black steel edging looks more formal; green and brown are more traditional. It also comes in a range of thicknesses, with the thicker material being more expensive (and more durable) than the thinner edging. Cost: $2.50 to $4.50 per linear foot.