Our lovely clients in Cape Schanck on the Mornington Peninsula, had a round-a-bout in their front yard that had become overgrowth with stalky and dead plants. Their was a path design through-out this round-a-bout defined with timber edging, but the timber had rotted away and the path was in need of a make-over.
The goal was to restore the existing round-a-bout area using steel edging to create clean and strong borders, then filling the path with torquay white rock pebbles which had been used previously.
The clients wanted to keep the feature tree and plant a few extra olive trees in the garden too.
It took 3 people to bend the steel edging around the tree, which was then welded into place using steel pegs.
The clients loved the end result. What do you think?
Before Steel Edging
After Steel Edging
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