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The Roman Stone Garden Border has been made from recycled car tyres which makes is an eco-friendly and light weight alternative to concrete borders. The rubber materials will ensure that these borders have a long lifespan being highly durable and hard wearing. They are easy to install and are supplied with the installation spikes necessary to complete your job.
Supplied individually so you only buy what you need. By using recycled rubber, these products are already saving millions of tyres from filling landfills and rubbish tips. Using these recycled products helps to reduce the worlds carbon footprint. Gives a softer surface than wood or concrete. A safer solution for gardens with children
"Gave it 4 stars as one of the strips came without the fitting pegs. We had to spread out the pegs we had. But it looks really good and will definitely do the job -- great that it won't rot!"
Reviewed Thursday, 25 October 2018
"Just great product would recommend to all gardeners"
Reviewed Monday, 1 October 2018
"Perfect product lays easily, looks great running along the field fence line, can be a bit sticky so wear gloves"
Reviewed Tuesday, 4 September 2018
"Excellent and easy to install"
Reviewed Saturday, 4 August 2018
"Great product. Perhaps a little smaller than I imagined but easy to install and make the edge of my drive look neat."
Reviewed Monday, 28 May 2018
"As expected from description"
Reviewed Thursday, 24 May 2018
"Roman Stone is so easy to fit and looks brilliant."
Reviewed Monday, 26 February 2018
"The Roman Stone garden edging is so easy to install and looks great in my garden. It's made a very uneven border look neat and tidy"
Reviewed Monday, 19 February 2018
"Easy to use and very effective, a really nice addition to my garden."
Reviewed Saturday, 9 September 2017
"They really enhance our front garden border between the pebbled garden and slate border"
Reviewed Thursday, 27 July 2017