It may not be a part of your landscaping contract, so if not, think about edging your Kansas City landscape beds for a clean, manicured appearance this summer. As trees and shrubs grow, it is important to note that beds and tree wells should be enlarged to make room for their growth and reduce competition from grass roots. You may need edging done between mulch beds and turf areas, or even between two different plant varieties that might compete or grow into one another. Many are amazed at what a difference crisp bed lines make in the overall appearance and health of a property’s landscape!
Hermes Landscaping suggest that you don’t overlook plants as an edging tool. They can soften hard edges and introduce more color into the landscape. You can also define your bed and lawn space with stacked rocks or by laying bricks on the diagonal for a 19th century domino effect.
How do you currently define the space between your landscaping beds and lawn?