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Garden Edging

Utilising garden edging in your garden is like using a frame on a painting.

The framework complements the plantings within, it defines areas and adds appeal and uniformity.


There are many different options for garden edging depending on your garden design, construction constraints and budget. Here are just a few:


Metal Edging (Link Edge) -This type of edging is strong and durable. Link Edge is aluminium, meaning it won’t rust like steel, and the design makes it perfect for curved edges. Link edge cames in a variety of heights and is well suited as a border for pavers or lawns.


Retaining wall blocks - Retaining wall blocks can add a formal finish and give symmetry and style to the garden. Shaped blocks such as borderstone are smaller providing greater flexibility and can be used to make circles and can be stacked for higher edges. The splitface texture adds a natural rock look finish and the colours available will complement any garden design.


Timber Sleepers - One of the most common edgings that you’ll see in many gardens, wood garden edgings are perfect if you’re on a tight budget but still want a natural look for your garden. Sleepers can be easily installed by attaching to dug in posts or spikes, and layering the sleepers can assist in providing adjustment to levels. They are quick and easy to install for long length, straight beds.


Bricks - Bricks can be dug in to provide a fast, economical and flexible edging with a natural coloured finish such as for mowing strips.


More information can be found on the Treated Pine Sleeper, Link Edge and Border Stone pages.

 



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