Impressive Wooden Garden Edging Ideas You Must See

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There are many reasons why a garden edging should be part of your garden. First of all it serves to beautify the lawn, then it keeps animals away form plants and also creates a visual reminder for the kids to stay out of flowerbeds. It can be easily installed and there are many ways of how to do it depending on the materials used. Wooden garden edging may be the most common ones and today we want to show you several such ideas.

Wooden garden edging is one of the ways to add character, create defined displays and keep the garden looking tidy. And yes, there are many different types of wood to choose from, which means you can have different garden edging. For instance, cypress, cedar and redwood are great choices, but if you are looking for a long-lasting, most rot-resistant wood, than you should choose pressure-treated pine. Also, you can use different forms of wood, including wood blocks, palettes, wood logs, stumps etc. Here are several such ideas that you may love to copy for your yard.

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Impressive Wooden Garden Edging Ideas

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Wood garden edging is definitely a budget friendly way to add edging in your garden. It is more preferable for straight lines, because when sweeping curves, the wood can break down and begin to rot. And after a few years you may need to replace some wood pieces. Also, if you want to use wood to edge edible gardens, you should use untreated, rot-resistant wood to avoid leaching of chemicals from treated wood into your soil.

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You can use different types of wood for your garden edging and the easiest one may be to use tree stumps or wood logs. This won’t cost you much and you can easily arrange them in the way you like.

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So, would you choose wood for your garden edging, or maybe choose some other material such as stone, brick, pebbles etc? Tell us in the comments and make sure to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other decor ideas for your garden.