We all have those spots in the garden that we would like to improve and tidy up, but maybe we don’t think that we have the time or knowhow to tackle them. This existing garden area is being retained with plastic edging that is a little old and tired and in need of replacement, so the team at Stratagreen have come up with a creative and stylish solution befitting of this beautiful garden.
So now, there is no excuse not to be a little creative, stylish, and even innovative, and you can solve all those problems quite easily with the Straightcurve range of modern garden edging products. Whether you have a plan or are going freeform, the possibilities are endless. From lawn and pathway edges to separating stones and mulch. There are even profiles that are perfect for raised garden beds, planter boxes, steps and retaining walls.
Colin is with Rick Sharpe from Stratagreen and asked him what he thought was the best product to use in a situation like this. Rick explained that for curves or irregular shaped edges and beds the Straightcurve Flexline is the quick and easy way to go.
Straightcurve is entirely flexible yet incredibly sturdy, making it unbelievably easy to work with. No other metal garden edging product flexes so evenly, giving a perfect result every time with so little effort. Straightcurve is available in various heights of weathering or galvanized steel with a guarantee of 10 years. Plus, the lengths can be easily joined with connector plates and secured with pegs and there is no welding required.
Colin likes this Straightcurve Flexiline edging with a very rigid profile which is ideal for forming perfectly straight lines. It is guaranteed to hold a straight line. Plus, it has ready-made corners to make installation a breeze.
Next time your garden needs an upgrade check-out the extensive range of Straightcurve garden styling solutions, there are no boundaries to what you can achieve, it is only limited by your own imagination. Straightcurve is available at Stratagreen and authorised resellers throughout Australia. You can find out more at straightcurve.com and stratagreen.com.au