Timber garden edging is a popular way of keeping garden beds and lawn areas in their place. But there are drawbacks. Much of the hardwood edging commonly used comes from scarce rainforest areas. And chemically treated pine needs careful handling.
The simple and sustainable alternative to timber garden edging is composite timber, and it’s rapidly growing in popularity.
Futurewood’s EnviroSlat Garden Edging is manufactured from recycled post industrial waste, rice husks and recycled hardwood. It resists insect attack, including termites, and has low water absorption to prevent rotting.
EnviroSlat shapes easily to your garden layout, containing lawns and flower beds, lining paths, surrounding trees and ponds. Installation couldn’t be simpler, requiring the most basic of tools. And when it’s done, the slate grey timber finish gives a neat, professional finish to your garden.
So if you like the look of timber garden edging, but want to minimise the upkeep, choose Futurewood, and enjoy the EnviroSlat edge.