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Classic Everedge Lawn Edging 4.6 5 58 60
nice alternative I am a 52 female. I found this edging easy to install with one exception. If your ground isn't level, it is hard make the pieces stay connected. Hammering (with a rubber mallet) at one end can make the other end come disconnected. I used 9 pieces around one tree and 10 pieces around another tree. Both sets have a few pieces not connected. I will eventually use something to tie them closed. I really like the color. It looks nice against mulch. I can't attest to the durability as I only installed it a few weeks ago. So far, so good. September 25, 2014
I will buy more of this! This product does exactly what it's supposed to do and looks professional. It took approximately 30 minutes to install two packs as directed, including four bends. Watching the video makes it very simple. September 12, 2014
My Tip for Installation My gardens are on a slope, so this product has made it easier for me to "retain" my garden w/o it washing out onto the lawn. My helpful tip for installation is to GO AGAINST INSTRUCTIONS that state to pull the tab 45 degrees, not until the end of the job. I found it much easier to PULL THAT TAB AS I WAS GOING ALONG, keeping all pieces securely fitted as I worked. Hope this helps you. August 17, 2014
Excellent Product! Excellent product! Our lawn and gardens look very manicured! Was easy to use...loved that there were continuous spikes; stays in place. Sturdy. Looked up product and it it used as edging at various public gardens and castles throughout Europe. Expensive, but worth it! June 17, 2014
Heavy-duty edging I used this edging to separate a gravel drive from a planted, mulched area, and it worked beautifully. I was able to install it myself and plan to get more to do the other side of the driveway. Although it is very heavy, I was able to make a corner and some curves, all by myself. June 7, 2014
Very happy There was a mix-up in my original order but the person I dealt with was very pleasant and helpful. We got it straightened out immediately and I have since received the final order. June 3, 2014
Not the greatest The connection between the sections kept coming apart as they were added. I thought that they would hold together better. Probably would not buy them again based on bad experience. May 27, 2014
Good edging I had searched for edging that would be easy, look nice and not be plastic. The edging installed fairly easily although not perfectly. If looks nice and I think will last for years to come May 27, 2014
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Can it be cut to fit small spaces?

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Thank you for your interest in Grandin Road. Due to the interlocking tabs at the ends of each section, the Everedge Lawn Edging cannot be cut to fit smaller spaces.
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Re the everedge lawn edging what does the 3' versus the 5" refer to

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We appreciate your interest in this item. The 3" and 5" size refers to the height of the edging itself, in addition to the integrated 3-3/4" spikes used for installation.
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They refer to the height of the solid part of the edging, excluding the spikes. You can purchase either 3-inch high or 5-inch high edging.
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The 3" means the height of the metal edging is 3" high compared to the 5" being 5" high in height. This doesn't include metal spikes.
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