Lawn Edging

Create strong, durable and attractive divisions between two landscaped areas using our lawn edging

Here at GCL Products we stock a fantastic range of strong, flexible and attractive fully recycled lawn edging systems with matching fixing solutions suitable for a wide range of applications. Each edging product is capable of creating long lasting, reinforced, straight or contoured separations between two or more landscaped areas. Our lawn edgings are ideal for use on both small and large jobs to preventing crumbly edges, potential migration and grass or plants from growing outside of their boundaries.

As all of our lawn edgings are manufactured from plastic waste which would otherwise be dumped into a landfill site or end up in the ocean, by using our edgings you aren’t only creating beautiful divisions easily, but you are also reducing the worlds waste slowly but surely. Also, as all of the edgings are made from plastic, they take on plastic benefits so will not rot or rust from weather or UV erosion and will leave your separated landscaped areas looking clean and tidy.

EcoLat – Luxury Recycled Plastic Lawn Edging

Ecolat is a new generation luxury lawn edging system manufactured entirely from post consumer recycled plastic. Available in grey or brown and in roll sizes of 25m, 10m and 2m we ensure you can order the correct amount for your upcoming project. This strong, decorative, weather resistant and environmentally friendly edging is ideal for creating clean and crisp divisions between two or more landscaped areas such as lawn borders, flower beds, gravel paths and more.

EcoLat is also very easy to install. Dig a small trench and lay the Ecolat in to the trench, then directly behind the EcoLat at around 1m intervals, mallet EcoPic stakes into the ground before securing using two stainless steel screws per stake. You can learn more about our strong, recycled, attractive and versatile EcoLat edging on the product page or by reading our EcoLat specification.

GeoBorder – Simple Yet Strong Lawn Edging

GeoBorder is a flexible, versatile, effective and simple to use, fully recycled plastic lawn edging product ideal for creating clean and crisp separations of any shape between two or more landscaped areas such as lawns, paths, flower beds, driveways, patios and more. As it is manufactured from recycled plastic, GeoBorder carries benefits of plastic such as strength, durability, UV and weather resistance making it a fantastic long term solution.

GeoBorder is also an easy to install lawn edging. Simply dig a small trench and lay the GeoBorder in to the trench ensuring it is sat flush against the landscaped area you are wanting to contain. Connect neighbouring pieces together and contour to match the areas shape by snipping the back supports. Once in place, use 6 GeoBorder nails per m² and mallet them into the holes of the edgings support structure before back filling with soil or gravel etc. You can learn more about our affordable, effective, flexible and versatile GeoBorder edging on the product page or by reading our GeoBorder specification.

For more information on our range of lawn edging or for some advice on which product would best suit your needs, please do not hesitate to contact us and speak to a member of our trained customer service team.

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