Edging

Edging

Timber Edging is a popular choice for gardens and other outdoor areas as a way of creating a clear divide between two different areas. Edging is particularly useful for keeping soil and mulch nicely separated from your paving, grass or gravel.

Ideal for use along pathways and around flower beds, Timber Edging helps to improve the overall look of your garden, helping it to look neat and tidy.

Tanalised Timber Edging means that the wood used has been treated with Tanalith E; a water-based preservative that makes it stronger and suitable for use in areas where moisture is likely such as in soil.

Timber is the most common type of material used for edging, however stones and pebbles are also popular – albeit a little pricier – alternatives.