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Wednesday, 26 July 2017 11:00

Steel Lawn Edging for The National Trust

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Overtime lawns and pathway edges can get damaged. This can be through over zealous manual edging using a spade or edging spade. This removes soil and lawn material and erodes the edge of the lawn. It looks worse on what should have been a straight edge. This erosion can be exacerbated by vehicle damage and the general use of heavy mowers - effectively squashing the lawn into the drive or pathway. Our Legacy solid steel edging is simple to install and provides a long lasting, durable edging that holds back the lawn - reducing on going mainteneance. Once the edging has been installed there will be some back filling and landscaping work to the eroded edge which should be finished off with high quality seed or turf. Soon all will be back to how it should look.

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