You’ve mowed, weeded and raked — but you’re not finished yet.
No matter how perfectly cropped your lawn may be, it will end up looking sloppy if you don’t pay attention to the edges. That thin strip of grass that lines your driveway and walkways and surrounds your flowerbeds and patios is every bit as important as the large expanse of grass inside it. When it comes to edging your lawn, your garden-variety mower just isn’t going to cut it. It’s far too wide to handle the delicacy needed to give the areas around your mailbox, light poles and trees nice sharp edges.
Edging — no matter how you do it, is an easy and relatively inexpensive way to give your lawn a well-manicured look, add value to your property, and give you a clean line for mowing and trimming.