GeoBorder Lawn Edging:45 mm deep 75mm Base depth 1000mm long Interconnecting ends: 100%...View this product
10 Quantity Plastic Nails: 250mm long x 30mm x 17mm Colour - Black Made from PP Ideal for use...View this product
Slate Grey EcoLat Garden and Lawn Edging;Great for creating decorative flower beds, garden...View this product
EcoPic Lawn Edging Stakes: Price is per unit All Purpose Garden Stakes H Shape for Strength:...View this product
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Ecolat Multipuropose Lawn Edging 7mm thick: 140mm Deep: Roll 25 meters long: Brown Colour...View this product
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Decorative Plastic Garden Lawn Edging 7mm thick: 140mm Deep: Colour: Decorative Slate Grey:...View this product
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Ecolat Multipurpose Lawn Edging 7mm thick: 140mm Deep: Length 25m Roll:View this product
EcoPic Lawn Edging Garden Stakes Pack of 10: 40mm x 40mm H Section for strength: Colour Grey:...View this product
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EcoPic Lawn Edging Stakes Pack of 10 40mm x 40mm H Section for strength Colour - Brown...View this product
Brown EcoPic Lawn edging Garden StakesH-shaped stake for retention of edging Price is per...View this product
Made from Green Crimped Plastic: Strong: Long Lasting: Rot Proof: 10M Length 16.5 cms Depth.View this product
Roll Lawn Edging Made from Recycled Black Plastic 2mm Thick 125mm Wide 15M Long Colour Black...View this product
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MatsGrids' range of edging systems are suitable for all landscaping projects to create division between flower beds and borders. Our wide range of decorative border edgings include;
Made from 100% recycled post consumer plastic. EcoLat is a decorative border edging that is used to separate borders, paths, lawns and many more areas around a garden. It's most common use is to create a separation from the lawn to flower beds or water features. The easy of laying along with the attractiveness of the product makes it the perfect product for any sort of separation. It does require EcoPic (sold separately) to be fixed approximately every 1 meter along the edging. See how easy the EcoLat is to fit by watching this YouTube video on installing EcoLat lawn edging.
Ideally laid on a sheet of membrane and covered in a decorative gravel this edging is a more simplistic looking black border that gives a defined edge between two surface finishes. Here is an example of how the GeoBorder can be used, separating a gravel path from grass, read our GeoBorder blog post. This edging is fixed into place using GeoBorder Nails (sold separately) with around 6 nails being used per linear meter. To see how the border is laid and fixed into place watch this video showing the installation of GeoBorder edging.
Next is our Roll Of Black Plastic Edging, this is made from 100% recycled black plastic. It is sold in 15 meter lengths and 125mm thick, which provides a strong edging to separate and protect your lawn and flower beds. The edging is very simple to install too, simply dig a small trench, lay the edging in the trench and backfill the area until the edging is secure. The black roll is also strimmer proof which means you can simply cut your grass without worrying about damaging the edging or trying to create a straight edge. As it is made of plastic, it will not rot or rust and will leave your garden looking clean and tidy.
Finally is our Roll Of Green Plastic Edging, this is made from green crimpled plastic. It is strong, rot proof and has a fantastic life span. This edging isn't just for looks, this is used mainly to protect your lawn or flower beds from any damage or erosion that could occur through out the year. The edging is corrugated, which gives it additional strength and flexibility, meaning it can be laid in even the hardest to reach of places. It does not require nails, however around 80mm of soil needs to be dug out where this will stand.
If you have any questions regarding our edgings, please do get in touch either through live chat or the contact us page.
You can also read our Edging blogs to see how past customers have used our many edgings in their gardens and projects by clicking below;
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