Concrete Garden Edging

Concrete Garden Edging

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Concrete Garden Edging

Bring Out the Best in Your Backyard Upgrade and beautify your outdoor living environment with our huge selection of patio stones and pavers and edging stones. Use retaining wall blocks, caps and leveling sand to give your lawn a sense of uniformity and order. Dealing with an uneven landscape? Hardscaping is a great solution. Build your own stone wall or retaining wall. Looking for unique ideas to add dimension to your yard? Try a railroad tie retaining wall and landscaping ties for a change. Lead the way with stepping-stonesand flagstones, or create a one-of-a-kind driveway using driveway pavers. Maintenance is a snap with paver sand and panels, jointing and polymeric sand and life-extending paver sealers. Fire Pit project kits are a convenient way to improve your yard’s appearance. Use edging to differentiate between your lawn and garden pathways with garden edging, lawn edging, or path edging. Looking for garden and landscape edging ideas and materials? See what you can do with your garden edges by using concrete edging, brick edging, or plastic lawn edging. Thinking about a rock garden or want to incorporate landscape rocks into your garden design or some creative garden ideas? Lowe’s has you covered. Stay warm with an outdoor fireplace or fire pit. Choose from a gas fire pit, stone fireplace, stone fire pit and more. Not sure where to begin? Learn what to do when building a fire pit. We also carry outdoor fireplace kits to get you started. If you’re in need of patio or backyard inspiration, check out our front yard landscaping ideas, backyard ideas and backyard patio ideas.
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Concrete Garden Edging

While it may be highly durable, concrete edging is also one of the most costly types of garden edging. To create poured concrete garden edging for your property, a form must be made that conforms to your lawn or garden beds so the concrete can be poured in place. Building the forms is a labor-intensive project, which drives up the price of the edging. Pre-cast concrete edging is less expensive than poured, but it still costs more than plastic, metal or wood options. If you have a small lawn that needs edging, the cost may not be prohibitive. However, if you have a large yard or many garden beds to edge, you may wind up blowing your landscape budget on the edging alone, depending on the type you choose.
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Concrete Garden Edging

Cost While it may be highly durable, concrete edging is also one of the most costly types of garden edging. To create poured concrete garden edging for your property, a form must be made that conforms to your lawn or garden beds so the concrete can be poured in place. Building the forms is a labor-intensive project, which drives up the price of the edging. Pre-cast concrete edging is less expensive than poured, but it still costs more than plastic, metal or wood options. If you have a small lawn that needs edging, the cost may not be prohibitive. However, if you have a large yard or many garden beds to edge, you may wind up blowing your landscape budget on the edging alone, depending on the type you choose.
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Concrete Garden Edging

Concrete is one of the most durable types of garden and lawn edging that you can choose. It isn’t prone to rotting, warping, separating or other types of deterioration, even in extreme weather conditions. If you opt for poured concrete edging, it is also one of the most permanent types of edging available, so you don’t have to worry about replacing it as you might with other materials such as plastic, metal or wood. Pre-cast concrete edging in blocks, bricks and pavers also hold up well as landscape edging. If your concrete edging does happen to crack or chip, it’s easy to repair. Poured concrete can be filled in with a concrete patching product, while damaged blocks, bricks or pavers can simply be replaced with new ones.
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Concrete Garden Edging

Durability Concrete is one of the most durable types of garden and lawn edging that you can choose. It isn’t prone to rotting, warping, separating or other types of deterioration, even in extreme weather conditions. If you opt for poured concrete edging, it is also one of the most permanent types of edging available, so you don’t have to worry about replacing it as you might with other materials such as plastic, metal or wood. Pre-cast concrete edging in blocks, bricks and pavers also hold up well as landscape edging. If your concrete edging does happen to crack or chip, it’s easy to repair. Poured concrete can be filled in with a concrete patching product, while damaged blocks, bricks or pavers can simply be replaced with new ones.
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Unlike other edging materials that are often installed so they aren’t visible, concrete edging is hardscape that you want to show off. It offers a wide array of design possibilities, so it contributes to the look of your lawn or garden. You aren’t stuck with drab gray concrete, but instead can have your poured edging stained in a warm, earthy color that coordinates with your garden. Pre-cast options like pavers, bricks and blocks come in a variety of colors too, so you can choose a shade that complements the rest of your landscape. Poured concrete edging can be stamped so it resembles nearby paving materials, such as brick or stone. You can have aggregates added to the concrete, such as pebbles or shells, to give it an exposed aggregate finish. Brick veneers and stone or ceramic tile can also be applied on top of the concrete, creating a more decorative look. Bricks, pavers and blocks are available in several different shapes, including rectangles, squares and half moons, allowing you to create an attractive border for your lawn or flower beds.
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Design Options Unlike other edging materials that are often installed so they aren’t visible, concrete edging is hardscape that you want to show off. It offers a wide array of design possibilities, so it contributes to the look of your lawn or garden. You aren’t stuck with drab gray concrete, but instead can have your poured edging stained in a warm, earthy color that coordinates with your garden. Pre-cast options like pavers, bricks and blocks come in a variety of colors too, so you can choose a shade that complements the rest of your landscape. Poured concrete edging can be stamped so it resembles nearby paving materials, such as brick or stone. You can have aggregates added to the concrete, such as pebbles or shells, to give it an exposed aggregate finish. Brick veneers and stone or ceramic tile can also be applied on top of the concrete, creating a more decorative look. Bricks, pavers and blocks are available in several different shapes, including rectangles, squares and half moons, allowing you to create an attractive border for your lawn or flower beds.
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While the durability and permanence of poured concrete edging may seem like a selling point, it can be an issue if you ever decide to change the layout of your garden or lawn. It’s impossible to expand a garden with poured edging in place unless you break it up or remove it. You’ll also have to have the concrete removed if you decide to change the shape of a garden bed. If you’re considering poured concrete edging, you should be set on the design and layout of your landscape, and comfortable with it remaining the same for quite some time. However, pavers, bricks, blocks and other pre-cast concrete edging allow for flexibility when it comes to changing your landscape since you can simply remove the individual pieces and reform the beds.