One of the most common problem seen in gardens are areas where the grass continually grows into the border or paths resulting in lawn edges that look unsightly. Broken edges not only make the garden look untidy, but they also make mowing far more difficult and consequently give you more work to do each year to maintain these edges. This is especially true for light, sandy soil that crumble away easily.
Untidy lawn edges are easy to correct. You could endeavour to re-cut the edges once a year for the perfect looking lawn, but this takes time and over the years you’ll begin to notice your lawn getting smaller as your paths and boarders grow larger.
EverEdge believe that the best and only real practical solution is to use steel edging. The edging can be easily driven into the soil along the side of the lawn to make a permanent edge that will hold the soil in place preventing any edge deterioration for years to come. Steel edging from EverEdge also gives you the freedom to create sinuous curves with ease to help bring depth to your garden.
If you decide to install the edging between a path and a lawn it is important to remember not to leave the edging proud of the lawn if you wish to use a mower over it.
EverEdge can also be used as a divide between two contrasting gravel colours to create a clean, unobtrusive divide that doesn’t draw attention away from the garden design. The steel edging also helps retain the gravel stones within the path and prevents edge collapse.
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