The formation of the curb

The formation of the curb

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The formation of the curb:

The flowerbed is a fundamental element of the garden. We dedicate, at each change of season, a few days to prepare the new flower beds; we proceed by defining on the ground the form we wish to give to our flowerbed. Inside it we remove the turf that may be present and we work the soil thoroughly, possibly adding new and fresh soil. We then proceed delimiting the edge of the flowerbed with a curb, composed of stones and rocks, or only delimited by a small drainage channel, created with a spade. In this way the flowerbed will remain well differentiated from the turf. We place the flowers we want in each flowerbed, avoiding placing nearby plants with different needs. We also avoid placing the plants in straight rows, preferring a trend more similar to the natural one.