Serious gardeners are always looking for new ways to improve their flower bed edger. One way to strengthen the soil is to add peat, an amendment of the tested soil and true for decades. Has a remarkable ability to absorb large amounts of water and slowly release of plant roots. While peat moss is good for flower beds, some environmentalists have expressed concern about its use.Design of flower bed edger are begins with the planting area itself. They walk around the area, and observe any flower beds all day to notice when the area is in the sun and when in shadow. Prepare the soil by removing rocks, roots and weeds in the area. Flower beds should be well drained, fertile soil; modify the area as necessary to prepare for this purpose.
If you are creating flower bed edger, mix 2 inches of peat moss into the top 6 inches of soil. If you are working with existing flowerbeds, you should dig carefully around 6-8 inches, being careful not to disturb the roots of plants. Mix in 1-2 inches of peat moss with the soil in new and existing beds.