The two most common ways of building raised garden borders is withexternal grade timber or some form of masonry, usually bricks. If building with timber it is recommended to use timber with a minimum of 3 inches thickness.
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How to design a perfect garden border?
Before you create or plant up garden border, it鈥檚 important to consider its shape and depth. Think about what effect you want to achieve. Straight borders tend to be more formal in appearance, whereas curved borders suit a more informal approach.
How do you make a border look good on a fence?
Creating a border that runs along your fence line just accentuates the shape of your garden and makes it look smaller. To make your short garden look more open, choose large opposing borders. Longer gardens can incorporate borders that jut into the boring open space to break it up.
How do borders affect the plants you grow there?
All can affect the plants you grow there and whether you鈥檒l need to improve the soil before planting. Borders can be several metres deep or as narrow as a spade鈥檚 length. One of the best ways to get an initial feel for how large you want your borders is to get out in the garden and have a walk around potential sites.
Can you put a garden border around a flower bed?
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.