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Landscape Edging

Landscape Edging: Hate the look of plastic landscape edging? For a more informal, natural border around planted areas, try trench edging and mulch borders.

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How to Build a Stone Path

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Home Gardening Tips: Easier Weeding and Watering

If you're building a fence, a retaining wall or a planter, set a course of protruding stones in the soil beneath it. That way, your mower can cut all the grass—no trimming by hand needed. The stones should protrude about 4 in. from the wall and stand at least an inch above the soil so grass doesn't creep over them.

"Stones painted as strawberries when put around strawberry plants in the spring will keep birds from eating your berries when they ripen because the birds will think the ripened berries are stones."

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15 Spectacular Yard Landscaping Ideas and Flower Beds with Paver Borders

The stone border gives this garden walkway lots of pretty definition, reuse patio bricks to border backyard flower beds