Why choose the Edgar lawn edging over other methods

Posted by Callum VP, on November 2, 2020.

Edgar Lawn Edging

If you are a keen gardener and work hard to create an eye-catching space to relax and spend time in, it’s often the small finishing touches that make all the difference. When it comes to separating flower and plant beds, lawns and paths, Edgar Lawn Edging offers the perfect solution, an easy to use product that defines each area of the garden to create a truly eye catching finish. But why choose it over other methods? We explain why below.

What is Edgar Lawn Edging?

Edgar Lawn Edging is an easy-to-install product that can be used in the front and back garden to separate beds, lawns and paths. All it requires is a light hammering to slide into the ground where it will firmly remain in position for as long as you need. 

Why use edging in your garden?

There are a number of great reasons to use edging in your garden because it: 

Creates a clean, manicured appearance 

Many people talk about curb appeal for the front of your home, but the same also applies to the garden area. Especially if you are thinking of selling and putting it on the market. An attractive garden is a great selling point and equally can also put potential buyers off, as it adds to the amount of work required after they move in. 

Adds value to your home

Whether you are looking to sell your home or not, there’s no denying that a well-manicured garden will add value to the property. If you don’t have a lot of money to spend the Edgar Lawn Edging product offers the perfect solution, proving to be simple and cost-effective. 

Creates a roof barrier

Sometimes there’s no way of knowing what is going on underneath your lawn until a problem literally appears out of nowhere. Installing edging can act as a root barrier to stop invasive lawn grass from making their way into flowerbeds. This can save you a lot of hassle and maintenance in the long run – which means less bending and strain on your knees and back.

Aesthetically pleasing

Quite simply, the clear, but subtle divides created by lawn edging is a great way to bring the best out in your hard work in the garden. It tidies up rough edges and will also complement and contrast the architecture of your home and the surrounding landscape. 

Why choose the Edgar Lawn Edging over other methods?

By using Edgar Lawn Edging you benefit from a range of different benefits such as:

Flexible and elegant design

Edgar Lawn Edging can be adapted to fit almost any style and shape you need, creating an elegant divide between lawns, pathways and flower beds. The neutral colour offers a subtle but distinctive contrast that creates a clear border without dominating the space.

Easy installation

A reason why Edgar Lawn Edging is so popular is due to the ease of installation. Once you have the product free from the packaging, all that is required is a hammer to gently push the product into the soil so it can remain firmly in position. Removing Edgar Lawn Edging is just as easy, needing just a light manual pull out of the surface.


Every garden is different and that is something we understand at GRAF. That’s why we designed the Edgar Lawn Edging product to work both lengthways and crossways on the lawn, giving you total control over how it is installed and used. This enables you to create the separation you need to get the most out of your garden.

Smaller pack sizes

Each pack of Edgar Lawn Edging features 6 pieces each measuring 75cm, with a total length of 4.5m. This means you are far less likely to have any edging pieces remaining once you have completed installation, reducing wastage and ensuring this cost-effective product gives you fantastic value for money.

Recycled, weatherproof materials

More than ever you want to ensure the products you buy are not harmful to the environment and, wherever possible, made from recycled materials. Edgar Lawn Edging is 100% made from recycled materials and is also fully weatherproof. That means no matter how long it is out in the garden it can withstand the unpredictable nature of the British weather.