Bed Edging

Stone Edge

Being level with your grass, paver stone edging allows for hassle-free yard maintenance and a sleek blend. This style can be implemented on both rock beds and mulch beds. This is our most popular and highly regarded style of edging.

Victorian Edge

Creative Landscaping installs bed edging to maintain and create a clean, tailored look to landscape beds. Bed edging is also referred to as a “Natural” or “Victorian” edge. To attain this edge, our landscape crew uses a sharp spade or bed trencher to make a vertical cut in the turf at the edge of a landscape bed. We remove soil to a depth of 3 to 4 inches, at a 45-degree angle to the freshly cut vertical edge. With a rake, our crew will smooth the soil to slope toward the border plants; this creates a beveled cut. To maintain a clean line, the beds should be retrenched once a year or as needed. A Natural or Victorian edge will blend into any landscape and is as effective as any product for providing a barrier to grass and weeds and for containing mulch.


Awesome project we did out in Waverly with a beautiful patio and fire pit. We also did some planting, laid some rock, and stone edging. Here is the finished product. If you like what you see, please like and share this video! Don't forget to like our page!

Posted by Creative Landscaping on Wednesday, July 25, 2018