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You have to create that beautiful garden first, which will be all the prettier when set off by one of our smart-looking garden-edging ideas.
Depending on where you live, spring may already be settled in. Or, you may still be waiting for the last frost to move the seedlings you started in your home or greenhouse to the garden.
However far along spring is, there are some fundamental steps to creating a garden that has nothing to do with plants.
First, plan your garden’s layout—a crucial component often forgotten by homeowners. Next, you’ll want to ensure you’re fully stocked on tools.
Consider adding a potting bench if you want to spruce up your potted plants this year.
Next, prep your soil to make sure your plants have proper nourishment. And, of course, we can’t forget the final step: edging your beds.
Edging your garden beds is an essential step many skips, leading to an unfinished and bare garden.
Your plants might bloom beautifully, but if the bed they are in looks unkept, it can ruin the entire face. Edging your garden takes a little extra dirty work, but it’s worth it.
There are a variety of edging materials you can choose that range in price, installation difficulty, and durability.