EverEdge has been used to create a sunken formal garden in the grounds of Castle Ward in Northern Ireland.
The National Trust are bringing the garden back to its former glory, opting to use Everedge to achieve this.
More than 500 metres of EverEdge ProEdge steel landscape edging was installed, with each shape mathematically designed.
In the pictures, you will see how stunning the garden is, proving just how amenable EverEdge’s product is.
Whether you need straight or curved edges, EverEdge rises to the challenge and succeeds every time.
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