EverEdge adds depth to gardens with curved edging

  • 26 Jun 2017

EverEdge has demonstrated how the inclusion of curves in your garden can help you break away from the standard geometric shapes commonly seen and help add depth to the garden.

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When a client wanted to construct a large, raised planting area at the end of their new patio, EverEdge provided 700mm tall EverEdge Titan in 2.5mm thick steel. The thickness of the steel allowed the client to simply curve the edging to shape on site. The titan edging is supported by rebar which attaches to the inside edge and is used to anchor the edging to the ground.

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The client also chose 125mm high EverEdge Classic to create a small raised bed and used EverEdge’s 125mm high x 600mm diameter Garden Rings to create tidy and yet, low maintenance raised beds around her trees.

EverEdge,
93 The Lloyd,
Market Drayton,
Shropshire,
United Kingdom,
TF9 2PS

Phone: 01453 731717

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