A nice garden edging will beautify your lawn, while it also creates a visual reminder for the kids to stay out of flower beds and it even keeps animals away from plants.
Wooden garden edging can be an easy and fun DIY project.
It will add character, create defined displays and keep the garden looking tidy. Because there are many different types of wood to choose from, you can have different garden edging depending on what look you would prefer, or what you have available.
Cedar, and redwood are great choices. If you are looking for a long-lasting, most rot-resistant wood then you should choose pressure-treated wood (but keep this away from the edible plants of your garden).
Here we have 10 creative ideas for you to get inspired and choose for your garden or yard.
In this example, pieces of 2X6 of various lengths were used.Small logs of poplar (or any other light colored wood like birch)Stained pieces of 2X4s.More pictures on the next page: