Traditional Lawn and Driveway Edging
The Traditional Company Manufacture, Supply and Install Traditional Steel Lawn and Driveway Edging throughout the UK. Our Legacy Edging creates a crisp, clean edge to your lawn or driveway allowing the grass to be mown up to and over the steel edge resulting in a virtually zero maintenance solution. Traditional Steel Lawn and Driveway edging provides a super strong durable edging that will last for many decades. Our solid steel lawn and driveway edging costs from £10.50 per metre.
Our range of Legacy Steel Edging is a great favourite of Landscape Architects and Landscape Designers who fully understand the benefits of this form of edging. It suits every application being both incredibly strong and flexible. This type of traditional steel edging creates an aesthetic and practical solution to an old problem. Legacy steel edging can be used in all soil types from heavy clay solis through to light sandy soils. It flows with contours and can sweep around bends. Legacy Steel Lawn Edging is supplied in kit form in handy 2 metre lengths for self installation. Traditional Legacy Edging can also be fitted by our team of specialist craftsman if required.
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Legacy Steel Edging for formal gardens in East Sussex
Overtime garden pathways become overgrown and loose their definition. Legacy Steel Lawn Edging forms an excellent , long lasting edge between lawns and pathways. This 5mm thick steel lawn edging is 150mm high and will stand 3-5cm proud of the pathway once the final path dressings have been applied. This solid steel garden edging will last for decades and reduces ongoing maintenance allowing Lawn Mowers to 'mow over' the edging eliminating the need for the laborious manual edging of lawns.Written on Monday, 16 July 2018 14:28 Read 9 times
Legacy Steel Edging for sweeping driveways
Traditional Legacy steel Driveway edging is made in England using British Steel. This quality mild steel edging can be installed by our own skilled craftsmen or purchased on a supply only basis. The lengths of steel edging are simple to join together and once installed leave a flat visible edge. Legacy Steel driveway edging connects in such a way that it can form long elegant sweeps to driveways and pathways, as if one long piece of steel. Many other steel lawn edgings available have lap joints resulting in a broken visible face. The other significant advantage of legacy steel lawn and driveway edging is that it doesn’t introduce another feature.…Written on Wednesday, 20 December 2017 13:09 Read 1172 times
Corten Steel Amphitheatre
A really interesting project this year has been the formation of an Amphitheatre within a garden in Somerset. Working closely with the award winning Landscape and Garden Designer Bunny Guinness we installed 13 curved Corten Steel steps , straddling this large walled garden. With individual rises of 500mmand widths of up to 37m wide, with a central 'staircase' - exacting planning and precision were paramount. The area has now been seeded to grass and a small flock of sheep have been in, tamping down the soil on the terraces. How lovely to return this autumn and find this extraordinary new feature settling in, the corten steel has reached its lovely…Written on Thursday, 12 October 2017 14:55 Read 873 times
Raised Steel Beds and Planters
Raised beds made from mild steel or corten steel are becoming increasingly popular with landscape designers and architects. The steel is allowed to weather naturally or can be painted on site. The planters can be made to any size, however due to the weight of steel installation using our skilled fitters is recommended. Historically wooden raised beds always have issues with sides that billow out - our steel raised beds are all cross braced. Other advantages of our steel raised beds is that they take far less space than old sleeper style raised beds , with typical thicknesses of 5mm. They can be made to measure and come in a…Written on Tuesday, 05 September 2017 13:49 Read 785 times
Steel Lawn Edging for The National Trust
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.Written on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 11:00 Read 958 times Read more...