After winters constant freezing and thawing, the soil has worked it's way up to the top of my edging. And the bricks sink a little as well. I can put mulch on that but it's going to keep washing out on top of my bricks all summer.Here is where one of my favorite garden tools come in. A hammer.
Yes, my trusty hammer has seen it's better days, but it still gets the job done!
While I'm doing this I take some of the soil and put it under the bricks that need straightening up. That claw also works great getting some of the smaller weeds and those pesky maple seedlings out.
Then fill it in with mulch or in my case Bull Country Compost. I prefer this dark organic compost made locally, over mulch because I have very bad soil and it really helps amend it. I mix some of this in with my plantings as well.