Metal flower bed edging are a good option if you want to add visual interest to your landscape. The metal flower bed edging are also useful when it comes to growing plants in an area with poor soil, poor drainage or other problems.
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- Choose a location for the raised bed. Select an area that receives enough light for the plants you intend to place in the garden.
- Determine how you want for your metal flower bed edging. Place a piece of rope on the ground in the shape and size so you can see how the design fits the rest of the landscape.
- Place metal flower bed edging along the perimeter of the future border, using the way you did with the string as a guide. Push the trim about 1 inch on the ground, and use a hammer if necessary. Lock edge strips together using metal edging stakes provided.
- Fill the metal flower bed edging with enough land to get out of bed at the desired height within the walls of the metal edge. Plant your flowers in the raised garden.