Premium Composite Landscape Edging
Garden edging is a wood composite material made from wood and plastic. It is used for edging around curved beds and is designed to provide the appearance of wood. The advantage of a composite edging over a wooden edging is that it is low in maintenance and bends more easily than wood gardening edging.
Made of hefty-weight recycled HDPE plastics including milk jugs and detergent containers, Seven Trust' Composite Landscape Edging Coil is easy on the environment and reliably durable in the yard. Featuring a low-profile brown finish and a generous 40-foot length, the edging is perfect for keeping grass from spreading, making borders around planting beds, and creating raised layers of mulch, rocks, or soil. The edging is simple to install and comes in both 3-inch and 5-inch heights.
High-Density Polyethylene plastics, which include hefty weight materials like milk jugs and detergent containers that do not easily disintegrate. Therefore, this garbage would last many years in a landfill. Our recycling operation takes this plastic, grinds it up, sterilizes it, and treats it for further use in our lawn and garden products and composite decking materials.
Landscape Edging Quick Details :
Product Features :
- Provides a textured, wood grained look to your landscape edging
- Create a raised layer of mulch, rocks or soil
- This product is made of strong, recycled plastic and will showcase your landscaping for years
- Provides a textured, wood grained look to your edging
- Blocks spreading of grass while making a neat border
- Creates a raised layer of mulch, rocks or soil
- Made with 100% post-consumer recycled HDPE plastic
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Product Purchase Questions
Question: do you need anchors/ lawn staples or spikes to install this product ?
Answer: There are no fasteners included to connect multiple pieces together. Additional purchases need to be added. You might have success using two hold down stakes very close to two ends butted together. If you have the tools and inclination, you could probably fashion a two or three inch wide galvanized steel clamp to fit down over two ends butted together.
By chief jd on July 29, 2018
Question: Is this edging (not just the stakes) designed to pound into the soil, so that a barrier is formed against roots trying to make their way underneath th ?
Answer: i tried to hammer it into the ground but it kept hit rocks and wouldn't go in. i had to dig a small trench and set the edging in it.
By Jessica on May 12, 2018
Question: How does this edging fare when the ground regularly freezes and unfreezes ?
Answer: Thaw and freeze will loosen the edging up a little. I use a rubber mallet in the spring to lightly tap back in.
By thomas e darling on May 27, 2017
Question: How is this installed ?
Answer: If the ground where you are going to place this is soft, you can just push it into the ground. If the ground is hard, you will have to use a rubber mallet. It is wonderful where ever you decide to use it.
By Dariela R. Washkoske on June 5, 2017