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Nothing sets off your garden beds like a nice, crisp edge. Here are four common tools for edging a garden bed.
Edging a bed with a spade is pretty simple. Just line it up where you want your edge and step down onto it to dig out the sod you want to remove.
Pros: You probably already have a spade in your tool collection. You won’t need any extra tools. Spades don’t require electricity or gas.
Cons: Edging with a spade can be slow-going and labor-intensive. Spades usually have a curved edge, which can make it hard to achieve a straight edge you’re looking for.
Half-moon edger The half-moon edger was created for making crisp edges and is used much like a spade is. Pros: It has a straight-edge, which makes for a cleaner edge than a spade. Half-moon edgers don’t require electricity or gas. Cons:…
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