Jo&Greg sun-coast-pearl@telus.net
Mon, 11 Jun 2018 08:26:17 PDT
A saying in garden design: "Edges define intention." 
What -- and how many -- functions will the edging perform? 
And, are the materials suitable to the task? i.e...
-Will the edging sustain damage -- or hold up to normal wear -- of that area
(cars rolling over it, weed whacker scrapping, climate rigors like snow plows or
corrosion from salt air)? 
-Does it have an aesthetic component or is it to be invisible, the edge seen
only as the juxtaposition of the materials on either side?

Cost? That all depends on the priorities of your landscape design and the size
of your pocketbook.
... for what it is worth.
Jo Canning
Vancouver Island

-----Original Message-----
From: pbs <pbs-bounces@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net> On Behalf Of
Johannes-Ulrich Urban
Sent: Thursday, June 7, 2018 5:50 AM
To: Pacific Bulb Society <pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net>
Subject: [pbs] EverEdge

Dear All,

This is slightly off topic...... I am laying out my new garden and need some
edging along a gravel path. Does anyone have experience with the Everedge
system? I have seen it in English gardens and it looks good. Is it worth its
price? Or would you recommend an alternative?
I hope this is not too off topic...... the beds along the new path will be
wonderful planting sites for my bulbs!

Thank you in advance,


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