Learn about Garden Borders

Give your garden the edge it deserves.

Select a question below to reveal Dalen's tips and tricks for best installing and using your faux stone garden border.

A rubber, rather than metal, head will show less wear and tear on the edging. However, if a metal hammer is all that’s available, it can be used if you do so gently. Try wrapping a cloth around the metal head of the hammer, or use a block of wood between the hammer and the edging to cushion the blows.

Especially in hard clay soils, but sometimes even in softer soils, you may find it easier to use a straight shovel to slit the ground before you pound the edging in. This sometimes makes the job much easier.

StoneWall Border is lightweight and easy to install, and it has the appearance of natural stone.

The StoneWall Border is made of plastic resin. It is not made of rock -- please don't use it for a firepit!

The StoneWall Border has the depth of natural rock, and the top stone pieces are finished on all sides. You don't have to fill the bed all the way to the top of the border to hide a false back.