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Use Brick Borders for Path Edging

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Mow strips can be made from any solid material used to separate the lawn from a planting bed. They allow a law mower to trim the grass all the way to edge of the lawn without having to use a string trimmer. Mow strips are usually made from concrete but can also be made from pavers

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from m.homedepot.com

No-Dig 20 ft. Landscape Edging and Paver Edging Kit

ProFlex No-Dig 20 ft. Landscape Edging and Paver Edging Kit-3001HD-20C at The Home Depot

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from Mail Online

Be it brick or cobbles, paving stones or tiles, if you're thinking of putting in a new path, now's the time to do it, says Monty Don

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If you want a maintenance-free way to prevent your lawn from encroaching on your flower beds. And don't have to worry again about mulch or decorative stone in your flower bed working its way into your lawn. Here are the steps you can take to achieve this attractive and fairly inexpensive border.

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Brick Raised Bed

How to Build: Nice idea for a red brick accent in the yard. These raised beds are made from recycled bricks. Good instructions.

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from Hometalk

The Perfect Border for Your Beds: Defining a Garden's Edge With Stone

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from This Old House

How to Edge a Garden Bed With Brick

With the hose, wash the edging with a gentle spray, dampening the sand between the bricks without dislodging it. As the sand absorbs water, it will set, acting like grout to lock the bricks in place for years to come.

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