There are many reasons to edge a lawn with EverEdge steel lawn edging – besides the fact that it looks great; here, the company has listed the top five reasons.
No matter how well designed a garden is, untidy edges can ruin the overall effect and spoil a nice lawn.
EverEdge is available in a variety of depths so, if you are buying an edging system. specifically to keep plants or grass at bay then be sure to choose the most suitable depth. Many non-British varieties of grasses require a much deeper edging system than what we are used to in the UK. The advice in Australia, for example, is to bury around 30mm of the edging to prevent grass roots spreading into the border. In the UK, one of the worst offenders is couch grass whose roots can stretch down as much as 200mm.
This is especially important when edging around trees and shrubs in lawns.
EverEdge lawn edging is the ideal unobtrusive product to help create definition between different areas of a garden. Although most customers will choose to have their edging brown, other colour choices are available to suit any and all designs.
Once installed, EverEdge lawn edging products require no maintenance. Installed correctly, it is possible to mow right up to, and over, EverEdge and the entire range will stand up to most mowers, including tractor mowers.
Once installed, it is easily kept tidy with a pair of trimming shears or a strimmer.
EverEdge has been manufacturing steel edging products for over two decades years, in which time the company has come across most types of lawn and ground conditions and are happy to advise on what product would be the most suitable to your project.
To tap into that experience and speak with a member of the team to discuss a proper EverEdge installation for your garden, call 01630 417120 (option 1).
93 The Lloyd,
Phone: 01453 731717
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