Brick pavers make a simple, handsome border and work well as edging material. They're ideal for a wide border that keeps grass out of the garden, yet allows flowers etc. to spill over without intruding onto the grass.
With the bricks set, pour polymeric sand over them and use the brush to sweep it into the spaces between them - okay Find a matching colored paver so I can till the side of the walkway, remove the black stuff and be able to MOW over
With the hose, wash the edging with a gentle spray, dampening the sand between the bricks without dislodging it. As the sand absorbs water, it will set, acting like grout to lock the bricks in place f (Landscape Step Garden Beds)
Another common use of recycled bricks is as garden edging. But let your imagination run wild and you can come up with some creative ways to incorporate recycled bricks into your garden, like this circular stacked garden. - Our Secret Garden
Bricks, railway sleepers and rocks, these are too ordinary materials that we can find on a garden bed border easily. But why not boost your imagination? Use recycled glass bottles,shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs to change the boring borders.