Concrete edging can revamp your property's landscape. For long-lasting edging with several design options, concrete is the only way to go. With so many options to choose from like river-effect, raised planter bed, and stamped concrete curbing, you are sure to find the perfect option to suit the shape and overall design of your yard or garden.
The reason concrete is such a popular building material is because of its durability and versatility. Your landscape design is sure to last for years to come with minimal maintenance when you choose concrete. No matter the style of concrete edging you choose, our team at Three Seasons is here to make your dream landscape a reality.
Types of Concrete Curbing
There are many types of concrete curbing that boost the visual appeal of your property's landscape. Some of the most popular concrete curbing types are:
Flower Bed Curbing
Flower bed edging is one of the simplest and most common types of concrete edging. It consists of plain concrete blocks arranged around a flowerbed next to a house or in your yard. You can also use flower bed edging around trees or garden features in your yard to add structure and make them stand out.
River-effect edging is a creative type of concrete edging that involves two "walls" of concrete that are filled with loose rocks and pebbles to create a river-like effect in your landscape. The concrete strips create the edges of the “river,” and the loose, natural stones in the middle make up the “water.”
Raised Planter Bed Curbing
Raised planter bed concrete edging can help define your gardens by elevating them above the rest of your lawn or yard. For this type of edging, concrete blocks are stacked one on top of the other around your flower beds, which raises them above other features in your yard. This type of edging is a favorite among avid gardeners and lawn care enthusiasts as it offers fantastic weed control.
In v-shaped edging, concrete blocks are arranged into V-shapes to form a unique edging. Our landscapers place one block horizontally on the ground and then add the next two bricks on top vertically to create a v-pattern. This type of edging brings a bit of pizzazz and style to your landscape.
Stamped Concrete Curbing
Stamped concrete edging is inexpensive, low-maintenance, and can replicate the appearance of natural stone or brick. For this type of edging, we allow the concrete bricks to dry long enough to support a person's weight before stamping a design into them to ensure the design is long-lasting.
Stamped concrete edging is available in a range of colors, shapes, and styles to suit your garden. Often, the best way to use this type of edging is to blend it with the edging you already have in your yard or to mimic the appearance of more expensive materials like brick.
Embedded Lighted Curbing
Embedded lighted edging is the best way to light up your landscape and define features like gardens, trees, and walkways. For this type of edging, LED lights are embedded in concrete blocks that are used to create paths throughout your lawn or garden.
Why should you use concrete for landscape edging?
Durability and versatility are the most important reasons for using concrete for landscape edging.
Concrete is the best material to use for landscape edging because it is durable enough to withstand the sometimes severe weather conditions we see here in Florida like tropical storms and heavy rainfall. Its strong resistance to cracks and physical damage allows it to last longer than other building materials like plastic or wood.
Concrete is also a good choice for landscape edging because it is so versatile. We’ve just covered six different styles of concrete edging that you can use in your yard, but with some creativity and the skill of our landscaping experts, there are no limits to what you can accomplish with concrete edging.
Ready to Add Concrete Edging to Your Yard? Give us a call today.
At Three Seasons, we have the knowledge, tools, and expertise to help you achieve your hardscape goals, and we’re happy to help you choose the best option for your space. Give us a call at (941) 748-4613 for quality concrete edging services in Palmetto, Parrish, Bradenton, and nearby cities in FL.