EverEdge has been specified in famous gardens worldwide, due to the flexibility of its steel edging range, the variety of options and the unrivalled customer service to name but a few reasons.
These qualities helped persuaded designers and landscape architects to choose EverEdge steel edging to be installed in the following famous world gardens…
– RHS Wisley (EverEdge Titan)
– RHS Rosemore (EverEdge ProEdge)
– Kew Gardens (EverEdge Titan)
– Eton College (EverEdge Halestem)
– Speakers Corner, Hyde Park (EverEdge Custom)
– Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte (EverEdge Classic / Heavy Duty)
– Chateau de Versailles (EverEdge Custom)
– Hampton Court Palace (EverEdge Classic / Heavy Duty)
The versatility of the EverEdge range ensures that there is an edging system for all projects.
Of course, EverEdge steel edging systems are not just for grand gardens of the world. Gardeners across the country, and across the globe, are using EverEdge every day to maintain the borders and edges of their home gardens.
Whatever projects you are embarking on, EverEdge has an edging product to suit.
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