In order to prepare your garden soil for planting seedlings or growing transplants, lay plastic lawn edging over your garden soil. This helps prevent weeds and grass from growing up your garden border. It also molds the soil making it a perfect medium for planting. To make the edges of your lawn edging to slip easily into the soil, we recommend that you use garden edging product.

To make the edges of your lawn edging more durable, we recommend using a landscaping fabric. Many garden supply stores carry this type of fabric in their garden supply departments. It's not hard to find. Simply search "garden edging fabric" or "plastic lawn edging fabric" on your favorite search engine. We suggest looking for brands such as Provo Craft and Lowes.

Start by digging a hole that is four inches deep and two inches wide. You should be able to dig the depth of four inches without touching the edge of your plastic lawn edging. We recommend using an auger to help keep the edges of your trench clear. To determine how deep to go, you can insert a metal probe into the soil to determine exactly how deep you need to go.

After you have located your grass rhizomes and tomato plants, remove them from the flower bed and place them in the hole you just dug. You should be able to see them easily through the plastic lawn edging. Remove the spacers and cut the flower bed into two equal thirds. This will give you a much easier time getting the plant roots through the concrete.

In order for the plastic landscape edging to do its job, you will want to plant your flower beds. Be sure that you line the entire length of your grassy yard with this beautiful border. Placing spacers in strategic areas will help you keep the plastic lawn edging from showing up on your flowers. Place the spacers on top of a tarp or other plastic sheet before you smooth the bottom of your border down.

After installing the flower beds, you will need to remove the plastic lawn edging. To do this, simply tear off the spacers. Then remove the spacers from the base of your existing grassy border. Smooth the bottom edge of your new flower bed.

Once you have installed your garden bed, you will then need to add the compost to the bottom of your garden bed. Compost will help to keep your garden bed aerated, which helps to keep it from drying out and molding. You can place the compost at the bottom of your garden bed, or you can place it at the bottom of a plastic lawn edging.

Finally, you will use a shovel to carefully dig a trench around the perimeter of your garden bed. If you want to save time, you can just skip this step and instead drag out your garden bed by hand. However, if you want to ensure that your plastic lawn edging looks good and is not noticeable, you should dig the trenches using a trench-sealer machine.

You should prepare your plastic lawn edging by making sure that your bed and the plastic bed are straight. You will then stake your bed into the ground. When it is completely centered, remove the stakes. If your bed has curves, you will need to add some screws to secure the bed in its position. Take note that if your bed contains a lot of curves, you will probably need to add more stakes.

Next, you should add a layer of gravel to your lawn edging photos 3. Grass will grow on these gravels, so place enough stakes in the ground for them to grow into. Tamp the gravel down to make it even. Then, place a stake nearest the first hole that you made.

Now, place your lawn edging at the next hole. Using a shovel, scoop out the extra dirt from the first hole. Add more dirt to this. Place your metal blade at the bottom of your shovel to cut through the ground. Be careful when using a shovel since you don't want to cut your garden edging into the grass. After cutting your garden edging, add a second blade at the bottom of your shovel to help keep your blades from digging into your soil.

To finish, you should add a border edging at one end of your trench. This will help define your border, and you can use a sharp utility knife to cut circles into your border edge. Finally, fill up your trenches with grass rhizomes and add some flower beds to complete your garden!