We all know how frustrating it is when we have prepared our garden beds, laid out our ground cover then the wind starts blowing! Even greater frustrations begin when planting on banked or sloped areas and our ground cover slides down the bank.
Make weeds a thing of the past with these weedmats
Weeds are noxious and hard to maintain, always competing for real-estate with your veggie patch or growing through your pebbled or bark garden. They’re never gone for very long before they spring back into life wreaking havoc amongst your gardens once again. Sure, there are things like weed killers and such, but they contain harmful, poisonous chemicals in them which you wouldn’t want around your food, pets or children.
Another option to combat weeds is using a covering, such as a weedmat. Weedmats are good because once they’ve been laid, there is very minimal maintenance required to maintain them, no need to spray harmful chemicals around your property and they look good!
Weedmats come in a variety of different grades which boast different benefits, but it really depends what you’re lying on the weedmat as to which one you should choose. Some offer high water flow so that water can pass through much faster, others retain moisture for longer and some have tear-resistance to allow jagged rocked to be placed on top.
Whatever your application may be, there will be always be a weedmat to accommodate.
If you are interested in using weedmat for yourself, you can view the range Cirtex has to offer, here.
If you are a keen green finger and have created garden beds, you will be familiar with one problem – lawn overgrowth. Garden edging establishes clean, crisp lines separating planted beds from your lawn.
When winter arrives and delivers its unrelenting line-up of rain, cooler tempera-tures and soggy ground underfoot, it makes you aware the simple tasks of nav-igating to the clothesline or merely getting a cauli from the garden can become quite an expedition.