Rubber Landscape Edging – Recycled Rubber #natural #landscape #edging


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Rubber Edge Border

Additional Information

Create a Neat Border Edge with Recycled Rubber Mulch

  • Long-lasting, scatter-proof mulch edging always looks crisp and neat
  • Use around flowerbeds and walkways
  • Suppresses weeds better than bark mulch and lasts for years

Garden beds and landscape plantings always look their best with a well-defined edge. This long-lasting, recycled rubber border keeps grass and weeds from encroaching and lets you mow right along so there’s no need to trim. Made of 1/2″ thick recycled rubber, it suppresses weeds more effectively than bark mulch, yet still lets water, air and nutrients reach the soil. Lasts for years. 8′ long by 4-1/2″ wide; ideal for straight runs and gentle curves. Secure in place with Earth Staples, sold separately.

Product Details

  • Recycled rubber
  • 8′ L by 4-1/2″ W x 1/2″ thick
  • For best results, remove sod before laying mulch

Rubber Edge Border

(based on 27 reviews)

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Reviewed by 27 customers

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( 6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

This is the best thing since sliced bread!

  • It Has Saved So Much Work

Comments about . Rubber Edge Border :

My husband and I are both senior citizens and so our energy level doesn’t hold out for long. After ordering your product and putting it down not only do we save time from weeding but it also looks great!

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

( 6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

( 7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

Rubber mulch edge border. not so good

By Disappointed customer

from New Jersey

Comments about . Rubber Edge Border :

thought this was going to be great in my garden – however, I don’t know if mulch was old and dry, but when I unrolled each border they fell apart. I ended up throwing out all 5 rolls. Don’t waste your money on this brand.

Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Merchant response: We’re so sorry that your Rubber Edge Border fell apart. We guarantee our products 100% and we are happy to stand behind that promise. You didn’t provide your e-mail address, so we can’t contact you, but we hope you’ll call our friendly customer service staff at 1-800-876-5520 so we can make this right for you.

( 7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

Comments about . Rubber Edge Border :

I will reiterate the comments by Joan.

I wish I had read the comments before purchasing. I am still using the red mulch that I purchased several years ago. It was 6 wide, not as thick and could be moved.

I would say this brown mulch product is black, and it does not follow gentle curves. The weed barrier fell off and they split when I unrolled them. Can’t blame it on being too cold, it was 95. They have to be moved in order to trim. I purchased 4, I now have at least 12 pieces and I consider myself to be a very careful gardener. They also attract bugs and worms.

Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Merchant response: We are so sorry to hear about this reviewer’s experience! Unfortunately, we were unable to find the original order with the information that was provided. We stand behind our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on every product, so a quick call to our friendly customer service staff at 1-800-876-5520 will get this issue resolved right away!

( 7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)


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THIERRY HUET PHOTOGRAPHY T/A PICTURESQUE�WANAKA BASED PHOTOGRGRAPHER, NEW ZEALAND � landscape photography, art photography & image stock library
Born in Paris, France in 1960, I received an artistic education and was influenced and inspired by family members. Since I was a child, I have always loved arts & photography,the outdoors and traveling, so landscape photography really appealed. In 1985, I attended Art school in Gothenburg, Sweden, where I studied painting and photography for a year and put on exhibitions. During my travels, I always tried to capture on film my own postcard of the place, and after, often organized public slide shows, a great way to share my experiences & travels. I moved permanently to Wanaka ,New Zealand in 1993 and spent 10 years in the tourism industry working as a ski instructor in the winter and running my own white-water sledging business (Frogz Have More Fun) in the summer. In 2002, I sold that business and felt the time had come for me to become a professional photographer.

I am a member of PSNZ and have been selling my own landscape postcards through retailers in the South Island since 1995. I am also currently selling A4 Lake Wanaka calendars, framed and mounted photographs, and high resolution digital images on disc. Please contact me for more details about these products or if you need a picture with a little “je ne sais quoi” french touch.
All the “New Work gallery ” photographs are recent digital images.
That includes;
– landscape photography
– fine art photography
– nature photography, love flowers!

If I enjoy a lot Landscape photography, I am feeling inspired and having a great time giving a go to Art photography and create a new picture with adding effects to my photographs. All new images can be printed up to 20″x15″ or poster size.
Digital photography is a whole new world and fun I believe.

I now have a wide range & library of diverse New Zealand landscape images, and all sorts. I also specialize in commercial photography, website photography, advertising, events, real estate, architecture & occasionally wedding photography. Entering photo competitions & art exhibitions is something I find rewarding & challenging. Current photographic exhibition: “DIGITAL CREATURES” Little Gallery, Little Brown House, Little St, Wanaka

I’ve created this easy-to-navigate website www.picturesque.co.nz so I can share my photography, my journeys, what my eye captures, and hopefully the image gallery will inspire you to travel, to come to visit our picturesque New Zealand, or, become a photographer.


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