Curbing for interlock, commonly known as landscape or garden edging, serves as a vital component in interlocking brick installations. It helps define the edges of walkways, driveways, or garden beds, adding a polished and organized look to the overall landscaping. Curbing not only enhances the aesthetic appeal but also provides functional benefits, such as preventing the spread of interlocking bricks, retaining soil, and serving as a barrier to grass and weeds. It also acts as a protective barrier, reducing the risk of damage from external forces. Whether made from concrete, stone, or other materials, curbing plays a significant role in completing the seamless and neat appearance of interlocking brick projects while also contributing to their longevity and functionality.