Recycled Rubber Border
Flexible - Will flex to the curve of your garden
Easy to Install - DIY - No mess
Instillation Spike Included
Will not rot, crack,fade, chip or mould
Recycled Rubber Border Collection
Our collection of borders offer a lightweight alternative to heavy concrete edging. The natural flexibility of rubber allows our borders to curve and flow around the existing lines of your garden. Manufactured from recycled tyres these borders are quick to install, easy to maintain and withstand all types of weather.
Ultra Curve Instillation
Our Ultra Curve borders have extreme flexibility and are an excellent choice if your have deep curves to flex around. All our borders are supplied with 4 top anchor pegs and one connector peg. Simply stand the border in position and take the pegs at the back top hold in place. The anchor peg will connect two borders together at the join.
Landscape Edge Instillation
The Landscape Edge is a perfect choice for those who want to create a neat edge between grass and aggregate. Simply sink in place with the curved edges on the ground, bend to shape and use the spikes to anchor in place. The aggregate can then be placed over the top of the edge to create a seamless finish. Please Note that spikes are not supplied with this product and will need to be bought separately. We recommend 3-6 spikes per length depending on the depth of the curve.
Flexi Curve, Scallop and Roman Stone Instillation
Our Flexi Curve, Scallop and Roman Stone borders are a heavier weight option from the range. Whilst they cannot flex as deeply as the Ultra Curve they are extremely durable and very sturdy. These options have holes drilled through the centre of the border so spikes will be concealed once in place. 4 spikes are supplied with each border.
Stop Edge Instillation
Stomp Edge are supplied as individual pieces which join together. Each edge will butt up to the next and can be positioned to create any design. The bottom of each edge is bevelled which helps with ease of instillation. You simply place into location and using force, either from a mallet or by stomping, you force the whole edge into the ground.