Use rocks as a natural edging or border to your walkway.  It also doubles as a barrier from your woodchips blowing onto the sidewalk.

Use rocks as a natural edging or border to your walkway. It also doubles as a barrier from your woodchips blowing onto the sidewalk.

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Use Landscape Rock to add a unique touch to your Hardscape Project! RCP has a wide variety of landscape rock to choose from.

Our lot slopes from front to back, so we need a barrier wall like this to keep the water away from the front of the house. I like this idea much better than stuff we've come up with previously!

My r lot slopes backyard., so we need a barrier wall like this to keep the water away from the front of the house. I like this idea much better than stuff we've come up with previously!

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Use Brick Borders for Path Edging

Use Brick Borders for Path Edging.Make an attractive border for a concrete walkway or patio using brick pavers set on a bed of gravel and sand. With a solid gravel base, a brick border will last for the life of your house.

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37 Garden Edging Ideas: How To Ways For Dressing Up Your Landscape

Garden edging ideas add an important landscape touch. Find practical, affordable… Garden edging ideas add an im

Border Stone Edging, $19.95/ea | Sporty's Preferred Living {Neat idea!}

Border Stone Edging

Stone Edging creates a decorative border for your flowerbed, garden, or other landscaping. Easy to install with no digging required. Stone Edging creates a decora

This charming home, with a shrub-filled front yard, felt a little bland, so the homeowners added curb appeal with a simple garden between their fence and sidewalk: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/sidewalk-garden-front-yard/?socsrc=bhgpin030414splashofcolor&page=14

Front-Yard Sidewalk-Garden Ideas

This charming home, with a shrub-filled front yard, felt a little bland, so the homeowners added curb appeal with a simple garden between their fence and sidewalk

Use Brick Borders for Path Edging - Step by Step | The Family Handyman

Use Brick Borders for Path Edging

Use Brick Borders for Path Edging - Step by Step: The Family Handyman (deck step the family handyman)

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Walkway edging - just stick polished rocks or river rocks in concrete for some added texture and design interest.

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