Best4Garden No-Dig Recycled Lawn Edging Economy - Green 60mm - Easy installation with pegs supplied - Straight Shape, also can be shaped to any curves - Safe and flexible plastic edging - Creates a crisp defined separation - Can be used to edge turf, flower beds, brick paths, trees, Gravel, Bricks, Slate or any aggregates driveways and pathways - Available in range of packs sizes. (1, No extra nails) Best4garden http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0119NLCFI/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_wC5kwb17HC85K
grasscrete pavement.... From what I read a DIY version for small application would involve using plastic nursery pots set in the ground at even spaces, concrete poured between the spaces, pots removed when concrete is firm. Plant in pot spaces. Might use this for erosion control on my hill.
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