Garden Edging Ideas for Your Outdoor Space

garden edging ideas

With lockdown measures gradually easing, most people are now allowed to meet up with their family and friends in private gardens as long as there are certain measures in place.

If you’re planning on having visitors over, then you might want to consider updating your garden edging! Having clearly defined edges could help make social distancing easier, and also give your garden a professional finish. If you’re wanting an outdoor space that’s both functional and flawless, check out some of our garden edging recommendations:


Small Stones

a close up view of white cobbles

Whether it’s pebbles, chippings or gravel, using small stones to create divides in your garden is cost-effective and fairly easy to achieve. Wanting something that’s perfect for summer? Take a look at Landscape World’s very own White Cobbles, which are available for just £6.60 per 20kg bag. If your grass is starting to discolour because of the recent sunny-spell and lack of rain, this vivid white addition will brighten up your garden instantly.


Plant Pot Edging

plant pots stacked horizontally

Got lots of leftover plant pots from the spring bloom? If the answer is yes, then this one's for you! The idea is to stack a number of plant pots and line them up horizontally along the border of your flowerbeds. They look great just as they are, but you could paint them in different colours for some added vibrancy.



granite sett in silver

Setts are also ideal if you want to add an element of edging to your garden. Small in size and easy to lay, our Sawn Cut Granite Setts are available in two striking colours. As well as looking incredibly sophisticated, these setts are the ultimate long-lasting and low-maintenance solution.


Slate Tiles

landscape world natural slate paving

If you have raised flower beds, matching the edging with your garden patio is the way forward if you’re wanting to achieve a chic and modern look. This effect would work with any colour or paving type, but if you’re starting your garden design from scratch then we would recommend our lovely Natural Slate Paving in grey. With its slightly riven surface, this particular paving is timeless and would last for years because of its weather-resistant qualities. 


Make the most of our ‘Click and Collect’ service

We hope we’ve provided you with some inspirational ways to spruce up your garden edging! At the moment, we’re offering an easy ‘Click and Collect’ service for all orders under 600kg, and are also taking orders over the phone. If you’re not sure how to find us, you can view the directions for our Widnes-based paving centre here.