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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Trim Creations, Mar 27, 2004.
I think it looks too plain. They should have spent a few more dollars to have it colored and stenciled.
no, they should have spent a few bucks on having their mud pit turned into a lawn.
I'm not real fond of that concrete edging. I think its done by the "lil bubba machine" and has lie 4 different curbing styles to choose from. I prefer something more natural looking.
I agree w/turfdude to commercial looking for me I like the natural look myself !
Looks good to me, I like the mow curb style better myself. We sell and install curbing with all of our jobs, at $4.00 a ft. it money in the bank. Landscape propperly around it and right up to it it look great.
How does that curb edging handle frost and cold winters? I would think that it would heave here in the north.
Here is a couple of pics of curbing we used in the back yard around a new pool. It blends in a little more due to all of the other hardscape installed.
Oops. Here are the ones showing the curbing.
Pic #2 of curbing. Customer chose teh option of coloring and stenciling.