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Lawn edging and garden border edging
There are practically no limits to creativity. Lawn edgings and border edgings are available in a wide range of materials, such as metal, wood, plastic or stone.
You can therefore decide for yourself which variant you prefer for garden design and provide your beds and lawn with suitable lawn edgings and border edging according to your wishes.
What is the difference between lawn edging and border edging?
The terms lawn edging and border edging basically mean more or less the same thing. Which term applies in your case depends on the intended use.
If you want to surround your lawn with an appropriate edging, it is called a lawn edge. If, on the other hand, you are designing your flowerbeds, the term is border edging . In some cases, this is also referred to as border edging or border edging.
Ultimately, however, it is always a border with which you separate a certain area of your garden from the rest. Therefore, don't be confused by different terms and instead focus on choosing materials that suit your taste.
What are the advantages of borders and lawn edging?
Border edging and lawn edging fulfil several tasks. First of all, of course, they serve as a visual element that can play an important role in garden design.
With the help of appropriate borders, beds, paths and lawns can be clearly separated from each other. Thanks to countless different materials, there are practically no limits to creativity and the border edging can be selected for any garden.
In addition to the visual enhancement of the garden, lawn edging and border edging also fulfil practical functions. For example, appropriate borders help to facilitate lawn mowing in the border area and prevent grass from spreading undesirably into adjacent beds. In addition, border edging can help to contain the growth of plant roots.
Border edging: what are the options?
If you are planning to use lawn edging or border edging when designing your garden, you will quickly discover that there are many different options available to you.
It is therefore worth investing some time in planning and looking at the different variants available. After all, the border edging of your choice should ultimately fit in with the overall appearance of the garden and perfectly set off the planting.
Above all, the material of which your lawn edgings or border edging are made plays a very important role in this context. There is a wide choice. Whether steel, wood, stone or robust plastic - you know best which variant is right for your garden.
Corten steel flower border
Corten steel borders are becoming increasingly popular and can now be found in countless gardens. The special thing about corten steel is its characteristic rusty look, which gives border edging garden made of this material an unmistakable appearance.
The fact that border edging made of corten steel rust may at first sound less than advantageous and suggest a short lifespan. In fact, however, corten steel is a very robust structural steel that has long been used not only for the production of border edging and lawn edging, but also, for example, on building facades.
Corten steel only rusts superficially. Directly under the rust, a protective layer of firmly adhering phosphates or sulphates forms, which prevents further corrosion.
This ensures that lawn edgings and border edging made of corten steel acquire a great rusty look over time. However, there is no further damage to the material. You therefore do not have to worry that you will soon have to replace your border edging garden again. Instead, you can be sure that the weather-resistant material will last for many years and will be a real asset in the design of your garden.
Stainless steel edging
If you don't want your borders and lawn edging to take on a rusty appearance over time, a stainless steel border may be perfect for you.
Stainless steel is particularly strong and also virtually rust-free as long as its protective layer is not damaged. With a properly installed stainless steel edging, you can be sure that it will last a long time and will not need to be replaced in the foreseeable future.
Despite their stability, stainless steel borders can also be laid flexibly in curved lines, depending on the model, so that the material is not only suitable for rectangular beds and lawns.
Use stainless steel lawn edgings and border edging, for example, in those areas where you and your family spend a lot of time, as the stability of the border edging you install plays a particularly important role there.
Metal lawn edgings and border edging
Metal lawn edging is widely used in many gardens. In addition to stainless steel and corten steel, light metals such as aluminium or hot-dip galvanised steel sheets are also used.
Depending on the design, the individual elements of a metal lawn edge or border edging may have to be screwed together before they can be placed in their final position in the ground.
A large selection of different metals and various shapes ensures that suitable metal border edging are available for practically every garden.
Aluminium is a particularly light metal. It is therefore very easy to lay aluminium borders on your own. It can, for example, be combined with stones for lawn edgings or used for tree borders.
Aluminium is rustproof to a certain extent. It is also relatively stable. However, too much stress should be avoided with border edging made of this metal. We therefore advise against using aluminium in areas of the garden that are too heavily frequented.
Lawn edging made of hot-dip galvanised steel sheets
If steel sheets are used for lawn edging, they should always be hot-dip galvanised. Otherwise it won't be long before they start to rust. Galvanisation ensures that this is avoided and that the lawn edging are not exposed to the weather without protection.
Lawn edgings made of hot-dip galvanised sheet steel can be laid very flexibly. In addition to straight lines, curved lines are also possible without any problems. However, too tight a radius should be avoided, as otherwise the sheet may buckle.
Since hot-dip galvanised sheet steel is noticeably lighter than Corten steel and stainless steel, laying lawn edgings made of this material is also comparatively easy.
Wooden lawn edgings
Wooden borders are also very popular. Not only are they relatively inexpensive, but they also have a timeless look. Wooden border edging are therefore an excellent choice, especially for naturally designed gardens.
Just like plastic border edging, wooden border edging are also available in numerous different versions. In addition to practical rolls of wood that are stapled together, there are also, for example, particularly easy-to-erect plug-in fences and wicker border edging.
Wooden borders by the metre
Similar to plastic, wooden borders are also available by the metre. These are half pieces of wood that are stapled together and allow flexible adjustment to the shape of the respective bed during installation. This is particularly advantageous if the beds in your garden do not have straight edging and the border must therefore follow a curved line.
They are usually made of spruce or pine and pressure impregnated to ensure the longest possible life of the wooden border. Their assembly proves to be uncomplicated. For a stable stand, however, it makes sense to provide the previously dug groove with a bed of gravel. Depending on the environmental conditions, such a wooden border will last about 10 years, although subsequent treatment with a suitable wood stain can extend the life of the border considerably.
Willow border edging
Woven wicker or hazelnut borders give your garden a particularly rustic look. The robust willow fences are particularly popular with environmentally conscious garden owners. Since the individual elements have stakes, a wicker or hazelnut border is also particularly easy to erect.
To prolong the life of a willow fence, regular treatment with a suitable wood care oil can be useful. This also applies if the willow border was already oiled during manufacture, as the constant exposure to sunlight would otherwise cause the bark to crack over time.
Concrete lawn edgings and borders
Concrete is an extremely flexible material that can also be used for lawn edging and border edging. Concrete border edging have the great advantage that they are extremely robust and can hardly be damaged by external influences.
The material can therefore impress with a particularly long service life. At the same time, concrete borders are very easy to maintain. They do not need to be regularly painted or treated in any other way.
Furthermore, concrete allows for a precisely fitting border, where both straight and curved lines are no problem. Concrete borders are available in a wide variety of shapes. When buying, you can choose between large and small lawn edgings or round concrete elements that you can set up flexibly.
Since concrete lawn edging stones and border edging are also available in many different colors, it is usually not difficult to find a suitable variant that blends harmoniously into the overall appearance of the respective garden.
Before you decide on concrete, however, you should be aware that laying a border made of this material involves a comparatively large amount of work. In addition, concrete is not always the most visually appealing solution. It is therefore advisable to consider in advance whether such a bed border actually meets your own ideas or whether another solution might be more suitable.
Stone lawn edgings and border edging
Stone is an excellent choice for edging lawns. They are robust and durable. They are also available in numerous different colors, shapes and designs.
The selection is correspondingly large. This means that suitable stones for edging can be found for practically every garden, even if the decision is not always easy due to the extensive range.
Popular natural stones for border edging and lawn edging
There is a whole range of natural stones that can be used as border edging or lawn edging, each with its own individual advantages.
For example, border edging made of the following natural stones are particularly popular:
Border edging made of granite
Granite is a particularly hard natural stone that also scores with a wide variety of colours and excellent processing properties. Granite is heat-resistant, unbreakable, frost-proof and insensitive to moisture, so you are guaranteed not to have to worry about the lifespan of your granite borders.
At the same time, however, it is quite expensive and its heavy weight makes it comparatively difficult to transport. In addition, unworked quarry stone often has very sharp edging, which means that lawn edgings and border edging made of granite are definitely associated with a certain risk of injury.
Sandstone borders are very popular because of their light, natural colours. As a result, they harmonise particularly well with colourful flower beds. Since sandstone consists mainly of sand grains, it is very easy to work with and to adapt to one's own ideas. Nevertheless, the material has a good resistance to fracture.
Compared to granite, sandstone is also less expensive. However, it cannot compete with granite in terms of frost resistance and durability. To prevent damage to sandstone borders, the natural stone must be impregnated.
Border edging made of travertine
Travertine is another natural stone that enjoys great popularity as a material for border edging garden. The soft sedimentary stone is easy to work with. The appearance of travertine is strongly reminiscent of marble. The low-maintenance natural stone is available in many different colours, from white to yellow and red to brown.
In addition to its low price, the advantages of travertine include its weather resistance and frost resistance. However, the colours of the stones can fade over time. You must therefore expect that the appearance of your lawn edging and border edging made of this natural stone can change quite significantly.
Limestone is another soft stone that, thanks to its yellowish-beige colour, is particularly suitable for the design of Mediterranean-style gardens.
Limestone is inexpensive and frost-resistant. It is also easy to work with and easy to lay. In contrast to travertine, it is also characterised by its excellent colour fastness. However, border edging made of this natural stone are only weather-resistant to a limited extent and can sometimes get annoying stains from de-icing salt.
Border edging and lawn edging made of bricks
Of course, you don't necessarily have to use natural stone for your lawn edgings and border edging . Bricks can also be a real eye-catcher in your garden and give your borders an individual look.
You can choose between bricks that are as good as new and bricks that have been processed to achieve an antique look. If you are looking for a cost-effective solution for your lawn edging and border edging , you can even turn to demolition companies and purchase old bricks from them, often for little money.
As well as bricks, you can alternatively use roof tiles to create an unusual lawn edge or bed border. With a foundation of mortar, you can ensure good stability and at the same time give free rein to your imagination in the design.
However, compared to natural stone, concrete or steel, bricks are only durable to a limited extent. With this inexpensive and creative choice of material, you should therefore be prepared for the fact that your border will probably not last for many decades.
Lawn edgings and border edging garden made of plasticOf course, your lawn edging and border edging do not necessarily have to be made of steel, metal or stone. Alternatively, you can also use plastic or rubber border edging.
These are usually much cheaper, without you having to compromise on durability. In many cases, lawn edgings or border edging made of plastic are also made of recycled materials. This ensures that their use does not place an unnecessary burden on the environment.
Lawn edgings and border edging made of plastic or rubber are available in a wide variety of forms. The material is usually available by the metre on rolls. It can have the shape of corrugated sheet metal or be completely straight.
Apart from that, there are also lawn edgings and border edging made of plastic that look like a small fence or a wall. Some of them even have solar-powered LEDs built into them, so that individual parts of the border edging garden are illuminated in the dark.
Depending on the model, plastic border edging can either be inserted into the ground with a little pressure or they require the digging of a suitable groove in which they can be placed. When using lawn edging or border edging on rolls, you should make sure that you overlap the edging by a small amount so that there are no gaps in the finished border edging.
Despite the generally long service life, you should bear in mind that plastic lawn edgings are comparatively less resilient. Whereas a lawn edging made of stone, for example, can usually withstand your body weight without any problems, this is not the case with plastic and rubber.
If you are not keen on wood, stone and concrete or steel and metal, a plant border is the perfect alternative. With this option, you can create a clear structure and a particularly natural look in your garden.
There are many plants that are suitable for use as borders. In addition to small shrubs and perennials, various herbs are also suitable for this purpose. Which plants you should use as border edging depends on your personal preferences on the one hand and on the rest of the design of your garden on the other.
The following plants, among others, can be used as border edging:
Disadvantages of a plant border
Despite their attractive and natural appearance, plant borders do of course have one major disadvantage. Compared to other materials such as corten steel or concrete, they require regular maintenance. Depending on the type of plant, this can be time-consuming and, in addition to sufficient watering, may also require the use of hedge clippers from time to time.
In principle, this is not a bad thing. However, you should be aware of this fact before deciding on a border edging garden made of plants. If you are unable or unwilling to make the additional effort of maintenance, you should rather choose another solution for your border edging.
Border edging as protection against slugs and snails
Most hobby gardeners know from their own experience how annoying slugs can be in their own garden. The pests sometimes multiply very quickly and eat young plants with a decidedly large appetite.
To protect flowers and vegetables from them, a bed border in the form of a snail fence is particularly suitable. Such a border has outwardly bent upper edging that are an insurmountable obstacle for slugs.
In contrast to slug pellets, a slug fence is an environmentally friendly slug control measure that avoids the unnecessary risk of poisoning wildlife, pets and children.
The installation of a slug fence basically works in the same way as a normal bed border or lawn edge. The only difference is that the fence must protrude a little further out of the ground so that slugs cannot get over it.
Lawn edging as a practical aid when creating paths
If you want to create paths in your garden, lawn edging is the perfect tool to use for this. Depending on the model, you can create both straight and curved paths. The lawn edging serves as a clear demarcation between the lawn and the path.
The material you choose depends not only on your personal ideas, but also on the course you want the path to take later. While you can decide freely for straight garden paths, for curved paths you will inevitably need materials that offer you maximum flexibility. However, since there is enough choice from concrete to stone to wood and plastic, you should have no problem finding a suitable lawn edge that meets your expectations.
To ensure a smooth workflow, it is advisable to make a sketch of the planned garden path in advance and then measure and mark it accordingly so that you know exactly where you need to remove the lawn and excavate the soil. A simple spade is usually sufficient for this. However, since even a relatively narrow path requires a comparatively large area of removed soil, you should not underestimate the amount of work involved.
Once you have set the lawn edging along the edging of the path and refilled the soil to the required extent, you can complete the actual path according to your ideas. Gravel, for example, has proven to be particularly uncomplicated for this purpose. It can be used to fill the new path in a short time, regardless of its course, and is also available in numerous colours and sizes.
Creative ideas for successful flower border edging
When it comes to setting up border edging , there are practically no limits to your creativity. You can therefore give free rein to your ideas and follow your own personal taste when it comes to border edging.
Use either natural materials such as wood and stone or artificial borders made of plastic, steel and metal or even concrete. When implementing your ideas, always keep the big picture in mind and make sure that your border edging garden and lawn edging fit in well with the overall picture.
This does not necessarily mean that you should go for the most inconspicuous look possible. Sometimes it is a good idea to use strong contrasts in border edging and, for example, to combine the clean lines of concrete slabs with the planting.
Apart from that, combining different materials can also help to give your borders an individual look. For example, try combining stone and metal by inserting hot-dip galvanised steel sheets or sheets of aluminium in the joints between the stones.
If this is too time-consuming for you, gabions can also be a good idea for your border edging. Gabions are special wire baskets that are filled with stones after they have been set up. They are available in different shapes and sizes and are therefore not only suitable as border edging but also, for example, for the construction of small walls.
Regardless of which of your ideas you ultimately put into practice for your border edging, you should be aware that good planning is crucial for a successful end result. After all, depending on the material and type of construction, installing lawn edgings and border edging involves a considerable amount of work and is probably not something you will want to do again next year.
Make your own border edging
Of course, you don't have to limit your garden design to buying ready-made lawn edging and border edging. Alternatively, you can make your own border edging.
This allows you to create particularly individual borders. However, you should not underestimate the amount of work involved. Finally, homemade border edging should also have sufficient stability.
In principle, there are no limits to your creativity if you want to make your own border edging. However, you should make sure that the materials of your choice have as long a life as possible and are largely weather-resistant. Otherwise you will soon have to replace your own construction.
Regardless of this, a well-planned homemade border edging can be a great addition to your garden. Try using simple wooden planks from the DIY store, for example, which can be used to build great borders for mini raised beds.
For a particularly rustic look, you can alternatively make your own border edging from tree trunks cut to the right length. This option is certainly not suitable for every garden. In the right setting, however, borders made from tree trunks are without doubt an extraordinary eye-catcher that will immediately catch the eye of your visitors.
Planning border edging and lawn edging correctly
If you want to embellish your flowerbeds with a matching border or add a lawn edge to your lawn, it is not too complicated a matter. Nevertheless, you should plan your procedure well in advance so that the work is as easy as possible for you later and you are satisfied with the end result.
For this purpose, it can be very helpful to make a drawing. This will help you to ensure that nothing important is overlooked during the planning stage and that your project can be successfully implemented as quickly as possible.
Necessary equipment for the installation of a border
For your project, in addition to the actual material for your border edging, you will of course need some equipment to place the border properly.
As a rule, the following utensils are necessary for the installation of a lawn edge or border edging:
You can use the wooden stakes and the building string to mark out the course of your border in advance so that you know exactly where to dig. If you have planned a round bed border, you can alternatively use a garden hose as a marker.
Use the spade to dig the groove in the ground needed to place the border. You can easily collect the excavated soil in the wheelbarrow.
Finally, use the rubber mallet to drive the border into the ground at the intended location. Use the spirit level to ensure that the final result is straight. Please note that it is very important to use a rubber hammer. With a normal steel hammer, you would unnecessarily damage the lawn edge or border edging, regardless of the exact material used.
Laying lawn edging using concrete
Depending on the type and shape of the material you have chosen, it may of course be that your lawn edging cannot simply be driven into the ground with a hammer and that you need a concrete foundation, for example.
In this case, you will need the appropriate raw materials for mixing the concrete and ideally a concrete mixing machine. If necessary, you can hire the latter for a day at many DIY stores. The costs for this are usually manageable. Smaller quantities of concrete can, of course, also be mixed by hand if necessary.
After you have placed the individual elements in the concrete foundation as intended and made sure that none of the stones have shifted during your work, you basically only have to wait until the concrete has dried. Depending on the width and length of the foundation, this can take quite a while.
Only when the concrete has completely hardened is the lawn edge fully loadable. If you wish, you can now seal the joints between the individual elements with mortar. Otherwise, your lawn edging is ready and, thanks to its foundation, particularly stable.
Laying lawn edgings and border edging without concrete
In principle, a concrete foundation is not a mandatory requirement for laying a solid border edging or lawn edging. However, with heavy materials such as stones or concrete slabs, it makes sense to use a layer of gravel and sand as a foundation and compact it with a hand tamper before installing the actual border.
This does take a little extra time. However, it will help you to prevent the individual elements from sinking over time and your carefully planned edging from eventually no longer being properly straight.
Safety when installing border edging and lawn edging
Basically, the installation of lawn edgings or border edging is not exceptionally dangerous. Nevertheless, you should of course exercise caution when installing them.
Especially when digging larger pits, which you need, for example, to insert lawn edgings with a so-called flare, it is important that you make sure that no one trips over the hole and twists their foot.
Also note that lawn edgings can sometimes have quite sharp edging, depending on the material. We therefore recommend that you wear gloves during installation. This way you avoid unnecessary cuts to your hands.
Last but not least, you should also be aware that border edging with a corresponding height can definitely be associated with a certain risk of tripping. Especially if you have children who regularly play in the garden, you should definitely take this into account when planning.
Which border fits in my garden?
Due to the large range of different materials and different shapes, choosing a suitable border can sometimes prove difficult. It is not possible to make a general statement about which border is the right choice for your garden.
Before you decide on a particular variant, you should therefore consider what is particularly important to you. If you value a natural look, border edging garden made of willow or natural stone are a good choice.
Concrete or stainless steel lawn edgings, on the other hand, give your garden a more modern look. If you are mainly looking for an inexpensive option that is also particularly easy to set up, a simple plastic border could be a good choice for you.
It doesn't matter which solution you choose in the end. Take a moment and let our extensive range of lawn edgings and border edging inspire you. We are sure that you will find what you are looking for to realise your project.
Buy border edging and lawn edgings at low prices online
When it comes to buying materials for the home garden, such as lawn edging and border edging, most people probably think of the local DIY store first. In comparison, however, buying online offers many advantages.
After all, shopping in our online shop not only saves you a lot of time. In addition, there is no need for cumbersome transport by car, which can prove to be extremely time-consuming, especially with heavy materials such as concrete, natural stones or steel.
At the same time, you don't have to do without a large selection. Because with us you will find numerous lawn edgings and border edging garden in different designs and materials. Regardless of your individual ideas and the local conditions in your garden, we are sure that we have something suitable for you.
Order the borders and lawn edgings of your choice with just a few clicks in our shop and have your purchase conveniently delivered to your desired address. Of course, you don't have to compromise on quality despite our low prices. Because the border edging we offer are all made of high-quality materials that are characterised by their robustness.
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