Case Studies

Rite-Edge

Below you'll find a number of case studies, Rite-Edge can be used in a variety of applications from separating lawns from bed areas or as a bed divider separating mulch from flower beds.  It can also be used in conjunction with gravel to be used as pathway edging or as a maintenance edging around the perimeter of a building.

Artificial Grass

Artificial grass

The popularity of artificial grass in lawns and landscapes has grown dramatically in recent years. The benefits of having a perfect lawn all year round and, more importantly, being able to use your garden more frequently, has ensured that many people are now more aware that this is the perfect solution for their garden. Making the decision to have artificial grass installed will completely transform your home and garden and make your outdoor space beautiful and accessible all year round. Artificial grass is a surface of synthetic fibres made to look like natural grass. It is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. However, it is now being used more and more on residential lawns and commercial applications as well. The main reason is maintenance—artificial grass stands up to heavy use, such as in sports, and requires no irrigation or trimming.

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Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Flower Show

The Chelsea Flower Show is the showcase for all that is best in garden and landscape design and construction. Excellence is the minimum standard for all who exhibit there. When Majestic Trees exhibited their premier quality semi and mature trees at this years show they chose Rite-Edge to creat the definition in the design of their display area. All manner of landscaping materials were put to effective use within the display, grass, soil, gravel and decorative bark were all used to good effect and Rite-Edge was chosen as the quality product to separate and define the different surface areas.

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Majestic Trees

Majestic Trees

Experience the Majestic difference...

Majestic Trees, the nursery with the finest selection of semi-mature and mature trees in Great Britain. Not only are they an award-winning grower, they are able to provide all the design and installation expertise needed to ensure your planting goes absolutely smoothly and leaves you delighted with the result, not just now, but for years to come. So when Majestic Trees were looking to create the ideal display area for their clientele their choice of landscape edgings had to be the finest, in keeping with their trees. Rite-Edge was used to good effect to create tree circles and to define the gravel and border areas within the display area.

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Portman Square

Portman Square

Portman square in London is part of the Portman Estate. It was built between 1674 and 1684 on land belonging to Henry William Portman. Whilst only minutes from the hustle and bustle of the central London shopping, hotels, restaurants, entertainment and nightlife this wonderful square offers all the spectacles of the open countryside. Mature trees, manicured lawns and flowerbeds provide the visitor with solitude and a peaceful calm only interrupted by a host of singing birds. When it was decided to refurbish the pathways within the square Rite-Edge was chosen as the means of defining the paths and retaining the decorative asphalt infill.

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Ragley Hall

Ragley Hall

Ragley Hall is the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and their children. This magnificent Hall is located at the heart of the Ragley Estate in Warwickshire, one of the Midlands’s most beautiful counties.

The original Ragley Estate dates back to 1680 and occupies170 hectares of parkland which were designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown during the 18th century. Little is known about the gardens prior to 1873 until garden designer and outstanding horticulturist Robert Marnock enclosed the present 10 hectares as pleasure grounds, planting trees and shrubs around meandering pathways and created a formal Victorian flower garden on the west side of the Hall. Within the formal garden areas Rite-Edge has been used to create a clear definition between gardens and pathways. The versatility of Rite-Edge enabled corners, curves, bends and straight edges to be achieved with the minimum of effort complementing what a truly wonderful garden.

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Rite-Edge in France

Rite-Edge in France

France is one of the many European countries where landscapers and gardeners are making use of Rite-Edge to create formal gardens where the clean crisp lines of lawns and borders are used to enhance the appearance of their garden projects. Switzerland, Germany, Holland and France are leading the way with the drive to create the ‘English Garden’ look. Rite-Edge offers all the benefits of simplicity of installation, a professional appearance, a maintenance free future and all at a realistic cost

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St John's Wood Church

St John's Wood Church

St. John’s Wood church and burial grounds are located next to Lords cricket ground and just north of Regents Park in the heart of London.

The St. John’s Wood burial ground dates back from 1807 with the church and burial grounds consecrated in 1814. The burial ground was used from 1814 to 1855 when the St. Marylebone cemetery at East Finchley was opened. There are thought to be some 50,000 graves at the site. The current grounds as seen today date from the 1950’s when the gravestones were removed from the three main lawn areas and forms part of the Westminster City Council gardens.

All the flower beds within St John’s Wood Burial Grounds have been edged with Rite-Edge enabling the gardening team to create clear and defined lines between the flower beds and the magnificent lawn areas.

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Victoria Embankment Gardens

Whitehall Gardens

The Victoria Embankment Garden in London was one of the great nineteenth century public works projects designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette.  It comprised of a series of public gardens created from 1864 following the embankment of the River Thames. The scheme gave London a truck sewer, an underground railway station and a new riverside road and the formal gardens.

The scheme was completed in 1870 and today consists of four formal gardens, statues and monuments. The north section was completed first in the form of Temple Gardens, followed by the Main Garden on the side of Adelphi Gardens, Whitehall Garden and the southernmost Garden known as the Ministry of Defence Garden.

The Whitehall Garden has made excellent use of Rite-Edge within the garden to create formal flower beds with clean crisp lines which highlights the quality of planting within them and the surrounding lush lawn areas.

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Lawn Edging, Landscape Edging, Garden edging and Grass Edging...

Ragley Hall

Ragley Hall

Ragley Hall is the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and their children. This magnificent Hall...

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Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Flower Show

The Chelsea Flower Show is the showcase for all that is best in garden and landscape design and construction. Excellence is...

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St John's Wood Church

St John's Wood Church

St. John’s Wood church and burial grounds are located next to Lords cricket ground and just north of Regents Park...

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Portman Square

Portman Square

Portman square in London is part of the Portman Estate. It was built between 1674 and 1684 on land belonging to...

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