13 Best Beautiful Plants For Edging

by Marry Dell

    In addition to creating a garden edging to define the boundaries that separate your garden and lawn, growing beautiful plants that reflect your tastes is one of the easiest ways to create the outdoor space of your dreams. And in the post today, we have listed the 13 Best Beautiful Plants For Edging that you can grow to upgrade the garden. Like a well-designed house with floors covered by nice rugs and carpeting, your garden is more beautiful when you grow these edging plants.
    13 Best Beautiful Plants For Edging
    There is nothing better than walking on the fresh and cool leaves of the plants on the hot summer days, right? They are not only attractive and durable edging plants for foot traffic but they also bring many benefits to the garden such as crowding out weeds, conserving moisture, preventing soil erosion, and providing habitat for beneficial pollinators. For these good reasons, they are great choices to pick for your garden on which you could step on.

    #1 Lantana

    Source: Pinterest

    Lantana comes in yellow, red, white, and orange shades and adds a burst of colors in the landscape that make it look great for your edging.

    #2 Alyssum

    Source: Indulgy

    Alyssum displays charmingly dainty blooms that make an impact when planted in groups, and it is a popular choice for borders.

    #3 Firebush

    Source: Weedsandseedsdotorg

    Firebush shows off evergreen leaves are covered with red hairs and the plant bears orange tubular flowers during summer.

    #4 Ixora

    Source: Gardensonline

    Ixora produces a fabulous display of flowers and green. Its blooms come in mesmerizing shades of yellow, pink, and orange.

    #5 Canna

    Source: Highcountrygardens

    Canna offers stunning flowers in shades of yellow, orange, and red.

    #6 Hostas

    Source: Flickr

    Hostas are a great choice for a garden path with their beautiful leaves.

    #7 Lavender

    Source: Jardins-sans-secret

    Lavender puts off bursts of color and a low path-lining height that make it become a popular edging choice.

    #8 Fern

    Source: Dengarden

    You can grow Fern along shaded driveways or woodland paths, or in dappled light for a green pathway.

    #9 Moss Phlox

    Source: Veranda

    Moss phlox display small and bright flowers, so it is a low-maintenance choice for borders and edging.

    #10 Zinnias

    Source: Pinterest

    Zinnias bring a dazzling display in a garden border for various heights and colors. Also, it is amazingly versatile and easy to grow.

    #11 Begonias

    Source: Garden-photos

    Begonias have numerous varieties which suitable for all manner of soil and climate conditions that make they are a versatile garden border option

    #12 Lady’s Mantle

    Source: Namethatplant

    Lady’s Mantle provides lovely groundcover in walkways or underneath trees. Its soft edges are a perfect choice for borders in need of softening.

    #13 Creeping Thyme

    Source: Gardenia

    Creeping Thyme is an ornamental herb. It features pretty purple flowers that make for a fragrant ground cover. Also, when crushed, the flowers emit a fresh, herbal scent.

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