EverEdge

Give your lawn an edge with EverEdge

  • 21 Feb 2018

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Steel edging from EverEdge assures freedom to create winding curves simply, bringing depth to any garden.

Grass growing into the border or paths can result in lawn edges looking unsightly and, on top of this, they make mowing more difficult and makes maintaining these edges plenty harder. 

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However, untidy lawn edges can be quickly rectified. This is down to the practical solution of steel edging.

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The edging can be easily driven into the soil along the side of the lawn, making a permanent edge to hold the soil in place, eliminating any edge deterioration for many years in the future.

In installing edging between a path and a lawn, it is vital not to leave the edging proud of the lawn should you wish to mow over it.

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

Phone: 01453 731717

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