Every property owner needs to maintain some type of edging to keep their garden and lawn separate. Until now, most property owners have used wood, plastic, brick, stone, or steel edging.
Considerable time and effort has to be taken to prepare and install any of these options evenly and properly.
Still there are many problems with these traditional borders, such as wood rotting, plastic breaking, steel rusting (not to mention the sharp edges) and the movement of brick and stone, As
well as these options inability to effectively produce a root barrier between grass and landscape beds.
Also, the biggest complaint with traditional edging is their rigid straight line limitations and blandness of appearance. Home owners also have to regularly dig and trim these areas to keep an
edge between their flower beds and lawn...Until now!