Answered Feb 7 5:23 PM
This is a very good question! We have met with people with similar concerns. Our artificial grass is designed and made with excellent drainage system, so water will find its very easily to get through and into the ground to feed the trees without any problems. However, as most landscapers will done when installing regular grass lawns, they leave a big circle or square around the tree and simply have either soil or mulch inside the box: not only for design but also help with tree watering purpose. You can do exactly the same with artificial lawn installations: you can use either wonderedge or bender board to finish off the box, that's it! Here are the links to the edging materials available on our website:
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No it doesn't! It's quite hard to do it by yourself though. You would need the help of experienced installers to pull this off.
Artificial grasses are environment friendly. It should not harm the trees in any way.
I would love to have natural trees in my lawn. This question is a very good insight.
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