What are the advantages of aluminum landscape edging?
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If you want to create a weed-free border around your garden, consider installing an aluminum no-dig landscape edging. This edging is easy to install and maintain because it won't rot or crack. It is lightweight, durable, and bendable so you can easily create curves.
Another option for landscape edging is plastic. You can also use stones and bricks, which are very durable and do not block plant growth. However, you should install these edgings a few inches deep into the ground, and not lay them over the soil. Because stones and bricks are permanent fixtures, they require more installation work than stake-installed edging. However, they are more decorative and can be permanently integrated into your garden's look.
Another type of no-dig landscape edging is made of durable, lightweight, and flexible plastic. These products won't rust, and they will not need to be replaced frequently. Despite their versatility, no-dig landscape edging can't prevent weeds from growing in your flower beds. Some kinds of grasses require a deeper root system, and you'll have to weed them often, which is time-consuming.