Steel Landscape Edging – is one of the choices that commonly used in edging other than aluminum. Steel is the stronger metal of the two options, even though it has thin shape. You might want to consider picking steel as the material of your garden edging.
The Pros of Steel Landscape Edging
You will find the steel edging with corrosion-resistant finished or in unfinished form. The steel will still corrode but it will take like 40 years to rust through. The steel edging is also durable, versatile and flexible. It can be used in almost every ground condition and no matter what shape your paths or beds are, the steel edging can easily bent to follow curves and corners.
How to Install Steel Edging
The very first thing to do is to design and prepare the beds or the paths you desire for your landscape. After you decide the best positions and compositions of your beds, paths or grass then the next thing to do is positioning the edging upright along the trench line with the stakes on the inside of the bed and then form the edging to match the curved portions. The next thing is to tap all the stakes part way down until all the stakes are flush with the top of the edging and all the pieces are driven into the ground.