Granite cobblestone pavers.
We are going to edge our gardens with these and fill them in with river
rock. Did I tell you I hate mulch?
Steve Hammatt wrote:
> I'm again turning to the best experts around,
> the ShopTalk group! Just to keep on topic, we're
> looking at asphalt paving our driveway, parking and
> trailer turn-around area (it's currently gravel). The
> adjoining flower beds, currently restrained by old
> 4x4 timbers will be redesigned into a more
> "curving style" edges rather than the strict straight
> edges as required by the 4x4 timbers.
> I'm looking for a durable but not too costly material.
> Labor cost is an issue, as I will not be doing this
> myself. I've been through the multiple lathe bender boards
> and would like something better. Also, not a fan of
> the plastic edging board that seems to last about
> 1 year. There must be better options.
> Anyone familiar with the rammed continuous concrete
> edging> Cost? How about long lengths of steel, about
> 3-4" wide and retained by large spikes?
> Any other suggestions?