Landscape curbing is a highly recommended. It is often the perfect way to begin, end or separate ground features in your yard. It serves to separate rocks, grass, or the bordering of garden flowers. Landscape curbing can also be an aesthetic finish to section off your outdoor living space for a beautifully visual, manicured effect. For yards that have trees, shrubs, or sections of grass adjacent to a sidewalk or garden, curbing allows for a “clean” looking design. The curbing finish will help to divide the spaces in your landscape.
Decorative landscape curbing can prevent erosion between sections of differing elevations. Landscape curbing also acts as an effective root barrier for seeded grasses and sod. Curbing materials can consist of concrete pavers and/or extruded concrete borders. We recommend this method over synthetic alternatives, due to concrete’s versatility and durability. Some prefer steel, which can be left to become organically rust-colored. They can also become a powder coated brown or black and is very durable. Many times we recommend concrete pavers for curbing. This is because they will not rust like non-powder coated steel, break like plastic, or decompose like wood. Regardless of the curbing you choose, it should not necessarily be the focal point. It should flow with the designed terrain to create a clean looking outdoor living space. Curbing will definitely add value to your property!