Edging & Landscaping Materials
Sears has the landscaping materials you need for DIY projects
A little bit of landscaping can go a long way when it comes to enjoying your home while you live in it and adding to the resale value if you ever decide to move. Many projects are so simple and inexpensive that any do-it-yourselfer can tackle them. With just a few tools and supplies, Sears can help you get started.
If you already have a number of shrubs and flower beds, check out our selection of lawn edging. We have a variety of colors and patterns to choose from including brown, green and black. Edging is multi-purpose. Think of it as molding for your lawn. Just as molding in your home separates the ceiling from the wall from the floor, edging separates different features of your lawn and garden and creates crisp, sharp lines. It helps showcase your shrubs and flowers, it keeps grasses from growing in your flower beds, it helps keep the mulch in place and it makes mowing and trimming much easier. You can use it for outlining rectangular as well as circular spaces. Check out popular brands like Suncast and Master Mark.
One of the easiest DIY landscaping projects you can do is to install a flowerbed, especially if you pick out one of the raised bed kits from Sears. Garden Wizard makes one that looks like granite. Frame It All has a raised bed with a curved front. A raised bed will really make your lawn stand out compared to your neighbors'. Check them out on the website and you'll see examples along with Frame It All's solar accent lights, which are sold separately.
We have the landscaping materials to help you with your flowerbed, too. You can place down some fine mesh chicken wire under the raised bed to keep moles and other critters from getting to your plants. Then you assemble the bed and fill it with soil and fertilizers before planting the flowers. Sears has a variety of fertilizers. Add some mulch, too. It'll help with weed-prevention and help keep the soil moist. Nobody beats our selection of mulch from trusted brands. Set up a rain barrel system to provide water for the flowerbed. You'll save money and water. Use a composter to feed the soil when it needs it.
Little touches make a big difference. You can add a bridge to your landscaping. Shine Company Inc.'s cedar garden bridge would look great on your lawn, thanks to its beautiful grain and knotty grade. We have other landscaping materials, too. Fountains are great for landscaping. The water also helps drown out traffic noise. Check out the Little Giant Classic Pitcher fountain. It's self-contained for easy setup. A shepherd's hook is a quick and easy way to hang a basket of plants or flowers. By displaying it by itself, you're automatically drawing people's attention to it. A shepherd's hook is great for prize petunias or fantastic ferns. When tackling landscaping projects, turn to Sears for all the landscaping and edging materials you need.