Garden Edging Newcastle

Garden edging is a process that produces clear lines between lawns, garden beds, and other areas of your garden or landscape. Edging can help guide your eye from one attractive garden spot to another. Garden edging in Newcastle helps to keep grasses and people away from the developed areas. It also keeps soil in place, preventing their washing away. Common landscape edging materials are concrete, brick, plastic, wood, stone, unique materials, and metal. There are different types of garden edging techniques;

  • Mowing strip
  • Mulch capture
  • Trench edging
  • Lawn and garden divider
  • Decorative edging

Garden edging adds beauty and style to your landscape, makes caring for your garden easier, and marks out the borders of different sections of your garden. We love to use buffalo grass for Newcastle lawns as they don’t go over the garden edge quickly. Landscapers Newcastle designs, constructs, and maintains your garden edges, even on artificial turf or synthetic turf. Call us now to see how we can be of benefit to you and your garden.

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Kwik Kerbs

Kwik Kerbs are cost-effective materials for concrete curbing and concrete countertops. They can be used on brick driveways and walkways and are available in six standard shapes. Our Kwik Kerbs effortlessly beautify your landscape, improve the value of your property if you’re planning to sell, and they are durable and customizable.

There are eight shades of natural earth colour, which we masterfully deploy to give your kerb that spectacular finish you’ll cherish for a long time to come. We offer two styles currently, which help you create superb edges for different properties and locations.

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Garden Beds

When planting your flowers or herbs, you may opt for garden beds or in-ground planting. Either way, there are pros and cons. With raised garden beds, you have more control over soil quality, you can put your crops wherever you please, and they are generally easier to manage. Raised beds also serve as a line of defence against pests and are easier to protect from weeds. Also, they give you more opportunities to be artistic. You may try out different styles of setting up your raised garden beds.

Raised garden beds hand you more control over the contained soil, letting you manipulate the quality and texture of the soil. They also make turf laying easier, your back can testify to that. What do we consider when building your garden bed?

  • Width
  • Height
  • Shape
  • Length

The commonly used materials for garden beds are;

  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Tires
  • Bricks
  • Galvanised metal
  • Stone
  • Logs
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