DIY Garden Border. We have this area on the side of our house where our gas meter and a spigot is. At one time there was a border around the area to transition between the asphalt and the dirt, but it rotted out long ago. This has been an eyesore that’s bugged me for awhile.
This concept could easily be adapted to separate a garden or other area from the rest of your yard or other space.
I used pressure treated wood (rated for ground contact) I got free from the Home Depot discount/reject cart.
You can find the flowers shown at the end of the video at The Green Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/TheGreenLeaf12/?hc_ref=ARQj80UZtq5vTiJIY52xnYG1A0pBOM6AWHmajO5z2SwSlyq1M22ogqzWjErOGobgwzY&fref=nf&pnref=story
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