Concrete edging is a hardscape that you want to show off. It offers a wide array of design possibilities, so it contributes to the look of your lawn or garden. You can stay with the gray concrete or you can have your poured edging stained in a warm, earthy color that coordinates with your garden. Poured concrete edging can be stamped so it resembles a brick or stone. You can have aggregates added to the concrete, such as pebbles or shells, to give it an exposed aggregate finish.
If you keep up the maintenance yearly by sealing the concrete. Your concrete will be one of the most durable types of garden and lawn edging that you can choose. Concrete isn’t prone to rotting, warping, separating or other types of deterioration, even in extreme weather condition.