Separating areas in your backyard is an arduous job that can sometimes take hours of pulling out weeds and shoveling soil to make everything the way you want it. Only to do it once again the following month. It’s a very therapeutic job, but grows old overtime.
Edging the areas for plants, grass and trees makes it easier and gives better features for the garden. Clearer separation of areas makes spaces easier to clear and remodel with very moderate maintenance involved.
WHAT YOU NEED FOR THE JOB
- Concrete Mix
WORKING THE SPACE
- Mark a clear path for the area where the edge will be placed. Clear out any debris or grass to separate both areas. Dig a ditch through the path not any deeper than the bricks.
- Pour a sufficient amount of concrete mix through the ditch. Carefully place the bricks above the concrete following the path.
- Level the top edge of the bricks with each other sinking the bottom through the concrete mix. Fill the gaps on the bricks with concrete and wipe out the excess. Fill the ditch with soil and regrow the grass.
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