A well-prepared flower bed edging not only looks good but promotes good drainage, has many nutrients, makes watering and weeding are done in a jiffy, and decrease disease and pests.
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- Choose a place for bed and walk around it. Display plants of different shapes and sizes. Consider their needs for sun and shade.
- Outlines a plan for the flower bed edging you want to plant. Tall plants should go in the back of this acquiescence to a wall or fence and the middle of the bed so as to be seen from all the data.
- Sprinkle your homemade flour to make a flower bed prospect.
- Control problems of weed mowing and then spraying the area with a non selective herbicide.
- Spread 3 to 4 inches (7.62 to 10.16 cm) of compost and other soil modifier on the surface of the area in which you will place the bed, grass and all.
- Cara or plowing the soil to a depth of at least 8 to 10 inches (20.32 to 25.4 cm), and up to 24 inches (60.96 cm).
- Throw away the pieces of grass or herbs that appear on the surface.
- Installs flower bed edging as desired. This is not a requirement, but it helps to keep off the grass and some other stuff plus it creates an appearance of nest.