Garden edging systems provide a tidy border between plants and other areas of the garden. They are also useful for separating mulch from lawns. In addition, they help to create a clean line for mowing and drainage. Choosing the right material for your edging is crucial and they can provide standardized-sized rings as well.
What do professional landscapers use for edging?
Metal lawn edging is a more durable alternative to plastic. Made from aluminum or steel, it will not rust or corrode and will last for years without rotting. However, it is more expensive than plastic.
Steel lawn edging offers a clean, defined edge. This is great for creating a professional look. It is also available in different heights, from 75mm all the way up to 580mm.
Metal garden edging is durable and flexible. It protects sharp edges from damage while providing an aesthetically pleasing transition. The metal edging also improves drainage, leading to healthier plants.
Metal garden edging can be protected from the elements with a protective varnish, which is relatively inexpensive. You can choose from a variety of sizes and shapes, allowing you to design a perfect accent for your garden.
EverEdge is a powder-coated flexible steel edging system that comes in five-piece sets. Each set includes 16 linear feet of edging.
FormBoss(tm) steel garden edging is made from hot dipped galvanised steel and has a structural guarantee of 10 years. Available in several gauges, it can be cut to any shape. For the best results, stakes should be placed evenly at both ends.