The great news is on lawn edgings google search 'plants from zion' is already at the middle of second page this week- that brought about extra 500 visits this week.I changed the whole website in the probably 5th time (oohhhh) but it is far more friendly to people and search engines. I was working many hours but still lost some of the fine tuning on thee shop what seems like to effect on the sales- what a stress.a visit in hospital with the youngest one Tageet (mean scabioza flower in Hebrew)- sitting with me now took half a day. I am tired as she still wakes up to feed at night ( 8 month old in a size of 2 month -bless her -doctors are not sure if it is a problem or not) but she is great. just like the other two.Garden edging can be an easy answer for many problems in the garden not just lawn and border edging.for example:Easy care gardens/ gravel gardens/ low maintenance garden/ Japanese gardens: using a method of weed barrier and ground cover as slate/ gravels pebbles ,wood chips.We can create pattens of colors and keep it all tidy with good garden edging. Wood is hard to bend, metal and stone are extremely expensive. The aggregate garden edging is easy to cut to bend last well and cost less.plastic garden edgingwhen planning this sort of garden important to see first if there are many leaves that can come from the trees into the garden- if so choose heavy cover- I mean like the more chunky slate or small gravels - these will not fly away when using a blow air to move the leaves.I will write about few more very important and common problems and uses of edgings in the garden.

You can see the first easy care garden that I made in the UK using slate (in Israel It slate considered posh material) and wooden edging- it took more than a day to cut it and stake it to the ground and I just couldnot get all the right curves that I wanted.( shorter lifetime too)

these gardens are both for around 80 years old people that ''prefer to play golf than work in the garden'' as they say -so both happy with it.

the strimmer resistant as a lawn edging-garden edging does not have to be used for lawn.

last year at the Bbc Gardeners world show. Lawn edgings in rolls of 25m, 50m and 100m.buy plastic edging: http://www.best4garden.co.uk/shop/page/27?shop_param=
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    Love the product and will shortly be in contact with my order for one of my clients.

    Just one comment regarding your web site - I found the edging comparison page very hard to see due to the light colours particularly in the chart section.
  • Thank you for letting me know,
    I will improve it.
    Ofer
  • Hope your little one gets better soon, I have been there myself and it is always a sickening feeling. I am wondering about using this product to provide a depth difference to allow for the aeration to roots in ornamental trees what is the widest you do?.
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