Building Your Garden Edging Project

Building Your Garden Edging Project

In this guide we'll cover a couple of shape solutions for different projects.

What shapes can you create using our landscape edging?

1. Circle
2. Square
3. Rectangle
4. Line (driveways and walkways, etc)
5. Any Custom Shape

Decide on your shape and measure your area.

1. Circles

Circles are enclosed shapes. To create use our 6-block sections.

Below are some common circle solutions and the necessary block sections for each.

For example a 48 inch circle will require (3) three 6 block sections

 

2. Square Shape Project

Squares are enclosed shapes. When creating, you'll need right-turn or left turn blocks to create the 90 degree angle.

Use these with either 6-block sections or extender blocks, based on size.

The example below uses the following blocks:

8 X Single Extender Blocks ( or you can use 4 X 6-Block Sections)

4 X Right Turn Blocks

3. Rectangles

Rectangles are enclosed shapes. One dimension is longer on two sides.

When creating, you'll need right-turn or left-turn blocks to create a 90 degree angle.

Use these with either 6-block sections or extender blocks, based on size.

The example below uses the following blocks:

2 X 6-Block Sections

4 X Right-Turn Blocks or Left Turn Blocks

2 X Extender Blocks

4. Line Solutions

Line solutions are NOT enclosed shapes.

Lines begin with a start block, and finish with an end block - adds a professional presence.

Use these with either 6-block sections or extender blocks, based on size.

The example below uses the following blocks:

1 X Start Block

1 X End Block

2 X 6-Block Sections or single extenders based on size