If you’re looking for a way to create borders for your garden or drainage in your walkway, try usingdecorative stones. Fill them with colored stones and go the extra mile by adding succulents. The stones that form the edging can be made by filling trenches with small rocks and decorative glass beads.
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What are some garden border ideas for my Garden?
Keep your plants in line with one of our stylish garden border ideas, from naturalistic wooden edging to modern stone. Andy Salter’s Kent garden is a beautiful tribute to Great Dixter with a planting style that is inspired by the garden’s mixed borders.
Can you use stone as a border for a garden?
Stone Pathway Borders Although border edging often creates a divide between your lawn and flower beds, you can use a stone pathway running through a small cottage sized garden to create interesting flower bed borders. This is particularly effective in a casual style garden such as a beach house, or a country styled garden.
How do you measure the length of a garden border?
Make sure the rope follows the curves while placing above the grass line to get the perfect length for your flower garden border. Since a tape measure cannot follow a curved garden edging, measure the rope you marked instead and cut it to find the true length of your garden bed.
How do I design a north-facing garden border?
North-facing walls can look severe, but it’s actually relatively easy to bring a shady garden border to life. Consider a layered planting scheme with a tree border at the back (choose shade-tolerant trees and shrubs such as yew and skimmia), and a textured display of shade-loving ferns at the front. Find more shade garden ideas in our guide.