Edging defines borders and quells the spreading of invasive lawn-grass or ground-cover near mulched flower beds or trees etc. without the need to install a border. This works by severing the grass roots that will often spread into flower beds over time. A trench is formed and filled with mulch, serving as a barrier between the two surfaces. Edging also includes the kind we do around stepping stones when grass or ground-cover has engulfed them. Simply because our edger has a straight-edge attachment, we also offer lawn edging along concrete surfaces and borders.