How do you install natural stone landscape edging?

How do you install natural stone landscape edging?

Creating the Border

  1. Measure and mark your project area. Caution.
  2. Using a shovel, dig a trench along the area you marked.
  3. Add leveling sand to your trench and compact it with a tamper.
  4. Place the edging stones in the trench.
  5. Fill in any open spaces with the loose earth to secure the edging stones.

How do you make a stone border?

Where can I buy landscape stones?

Most of our landscape stones are sold at our Garden Center, however both Cumberland River Rock and Carolina River Rock in several sizes are available in bulk in the Gravels and Rocks section of this site. To view the landscape stones we have available, we invite you to visit us to view the exquisite natural beauty.

What kind of rocks do you use to build borders?

All of our borders are layed on a granite gravel base for stability and to raise bottom border flush with grass line. The two types of natural stone are moss rock and chop rocks. Moss stackers are typically two courses approximately 6″ high. Thicker stones are available.

How do you use river rocks in a garden?

River Rocks Source: This river rock filled trench is a great way to edge a flower bed near a patio or path. Smooth river rocks come in many color options and can be an easy way to add texture to your yard. Sinking an old gutter into the ground first can help reduce maintenance and hold the rocks in place.

What kind of rocks do you use for landscape landscaping?

Garden Center Landscaping Supplies Landscape Rocks Landscape Rocks Landscape Rocks by Type River Rocks Gravel Crushed Stones Pebbles Lava Rocks Mexican Beach Pebbles Landscape Rocks by Size Extra Small Rocks (Less than 0.75 in.) Small Rocks (0.75 – 1.5 in.) Medium Rocks (1.5 – 2.5 in.) Large Rocks (2.5 – 6 in.) Extra Large Rocks (6 – 10in.)