So my house has old asbestos super 6 fencing with lawn growing up against it, It is getting really annoying snipping against the fence wiith scissors as i dont want to hit the fence with the whipper snipper. Does anyone have any ideas on how to control it growing against the fence? I was going to concrete against the fence but the sprinklers are right there also. Thanks
That sounds like a tricky problem @Gezza87. Glad to see that you are being very cautious though. I hope community members might have some suggestions for you. It might help if you could share a photo or two so members can see what you're working with.
Is removing the fence not an option at all?
BTW, I hadn't heard of Super 6 before so Googled and found this helpful info - http://www.asbestosremovalguide.com/322/how-to-tell-the-difference-between-super-six-and-hardifence/
Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us. I hope you find plenty of inspiration and helpful advice from our community members. I'm also looking forward to reading about your projects and plans. Please post again soon.
Thanks @kel i really like this idea any idea what i could use for the border?
There are lots of garden edging options at Bunnings.
We recently added some edging to the side of the house to separate the garden bed from the path. The garden bed is still a work in progress - we haven't planted it up yet, but we have finished the edging and the path. We used interlocking Oxy-Shield steel edging which has a decorative rust look.
Hope that's useful to you.