Lawn edging??

Hi all, 
This is probably bit of an obvious one for most. I have a new garden path and I need to raise the mud for the lawn next to it. How far up do I raise the mud to the edging? Is it best to be in line with the edge or just below so that the grass will be cut in line with the path instead?

Also when I cut the grass is the edging there for one of the mowers tyres to cruise along while cutting the grass next to the path. 

I hope this all makes sense. Probably a really stupid question but there is alot of mud to shift and I'd rather not have to do it twice :smile:

Thanks 

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  • glasgowdanglasgowdan Posts: 572
    Turf is best at the same height as stone paths, and mower wheels can ride along the path when cutting it, along with an occasional vertical strim. 
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