Updated June 21, 2019 by Tina Morna Freitas

The 10 Best Garden Edging

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This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in January of 2018. You spend hundreds of hours planting, cultivating and mulching your flower beds. If you don't want your lawn to encroach on them, you need the perfect edging to keep things neat and tidy. Whether you are looking for a decorative border or a weed-preventing, in-ground solution, our selection offers a variety of styles to fit any aesthetic. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best garden edging on Amazon.

10. Greenes Fence Half-Log

9. Origin Point Round

8. Dalen Products Gardeneer

7. Suncast BBE10

6. Master Mark Terrace Board

5. Bedrocks Trim-Free

4. Amagabeli Decorative

3. Suncast Borderstone

2. Dimex Easy Flex

1. Ever Edge Steel

Editor's Notes

June 18, 2019:

The Ever Edge Steel is highly recommended for the gardener who wants a permanent solution that doesn't take away from the natural beauty of their landscaping. It's offered in neutral colors that will blend in with the surrounding dirt and mulch and is rated by the manufacturer not to rust for 15 years. The price per foot is pretty high, but homeowners won't have to worry about extremely cold winters causing this option to crack and deteriorate.

The biggest limitation of the Ever Edge is that cutting them to a custom size requires access to a saw that cuts through metal, plus cutting the metal pieces will then expose them to rusting if the edge is not treated. The plastic Dimex Easy Flex won't last 15 years, especially in colder climates, but is a better option for edging smaller or irregular beds that require a lot of custom-cut sizes.

We also included options that add character to the garden like the Suncast Borderstone and the Amagabeli Decorative. Options like the Suncast do go a little into the soil to help stop weed or grass encroachment, but not as effectively as the choices that go several inches into the ground.

Tina Morna Freitas
Last updated on June 21, 2019 by Tina Morna Freitas

Tina Morna Freitas is a writer who lives in Chicago with her family and three cats. She has a B.A. in anthropology with a minor in English, and has built a freelance career over the years in writing and digital marketing. Her passions for cooking, decorating and home improvement contribute to her extensive knowledge of all things kitchen and home goods. In addition, her 20 years as a parent inform her expertise in the endless stream of toys and equipment that inevitably takes over the homes of most parents. She also enjoys gardening, making and sipping margaritas, and aspires to be a crazy cat lady once all the children are grown.

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