Steel Landscape edging works as the little piece of ornament for your garden which makes it strong, elegant, timeless, tailored yet understated. It is a long-time design secret for professional landscapers and has made its way into the amateur home garden for offering a practical and clean-cut solution for keeping materials and plants in the place. Steel is the most preferred choice of metal. It holds its shape despite the thin profile and pushes back against eroding earth and ground movement. it will not bend under the pressure of a rogue car tire on a gravel driveway. It has corrosion abilities but at a very slow rate and can last for a really long time. They are available in edging and is conventionally available in long strips that have overlapping connections. The standard height ranges from three to five inches high, and the choice depends on how much protrusion above the soil is required. It is recommended for submerging the metal edging to two or three inches below grade.