April 7, 2020

Edging the Daffodil Border

The weather has been cooperating nicely here in the Northeast - we're getting a lot of projects done around the farm while still practicing safe social distancing guidelines.

My outdoor grounds crew is very busy cleaning up the garden beds - edging and weeding them so they look clean and well-manicured. Edging the beds can be done manually with a variety of spades, but depending on the size of the area it can become quite time-consuming. Rotary edgers, powered by gasoline or electricity, reduce the time it takes to complete this job. These machines feature a spinning blade that cuts through turf as the edger is pushed along the garden border. We edge with a Little Wonder Power Edger. It works really well for creating that beautiful line.

Enjoy these photos.