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The use of landscape edging allows you to separate different features in your landscape design and can also help you contain plants in their designated areas. If you’re thinking about adding edging to your garden design near Westchester County, then watch this video to get a glimpse of one way to install this feature.

Using a garden edger, create a sharp edge where you want your lawn to end and the next area of your landscape design to begin. Next, fill in the areas where you have removed grass with mulch to leave a dry area along the edge of the grass that will prevent the lawn from spreading out of its area. For most properties, creating a curved look rather than straight lines for the edging will increase the home’s curb appeal.