Steel Lawn Edging - Give your lawn edge definition with this weather resistant, maintenance free, 1.6mm thick galvanised steel lawn edging, coated in a corrosion resistant brown paint, which research has revealed to be the most natural colour for the majority of applications.
- Manufactured from almost 100% recycled material using British Steel
- Extremely flexible suitable for small and large projects
- The 1m lengths are easily installed with a hammer, screwdriver and block of wood, straight lines and corners can be given a neat finish, and the tedious task of continuous edging is eliminated.
- The spikes hold the lengths securely in the soil and the lawn can still be cut; please allow 6% extra for overlap when calculating the amount required
- Supplied in a Pack of 5 x 1 metre lengths each 7.5cm deep (above ground) with a total depth of 17cm (including spikes)
- The steel lawn edging can be cut to size with either a hacksaw or a grinder with slotting disk, if necessary.
- The lawn edging can be shaped around curves as it is flexible e.g. a 1m length can almost make a circle
good product, but a little awkward if you are on stony ground
I have used the edging for several years and am gradually edging all lawns in the garden with it. I find it excellent but there is one installation snag: when driving it into hard soil the sections can become detached, with the fixing tag bending, and I have had to replace tags with bolts. It would be good if an alternative bolt fixing could be provided. This would be especially useful when installing on uneven ground levels.
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BBC Gardeners WorldDecember 2016
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Permanent Lawn Edging - If a lawn is properly edged, it's quicker to keep it neat and tidy. You won't need to trim the edges separately - just mow over them. It also stops the lawn from changing shape over time.
Which? Gardening1st May 2006
The top quickly blended in and the back was unobtrusive.