Edging forever

When separating any two elements in the garden you cannot go past steel. Mild steel garden edging works well in all soils and will last for generations.

EverEdge flexible steel garden edging is perfectly suited to all landscaping projects whatever their size. Made from 1.6mm mild steel (90 per cent recycled) it is quick and simple to install – just hammered directly into the ground using the spikes that are part of the metre lengths. Each length very simply slots into the next – there are no extra pins, pegs or joiners. EverEdge will hold a perfect straight line and, being flexible, is also simply formed into virtually any curve or angle by hand – no special tools are needed.

EverEdge is also available in pre curved rings. Two pieces make a circle of 600mm diameter, and three pieces make a circle of 900mm diameter. The 900mm diameter curved pieces can also be expanded to make a 1200mm diameter circle (four pieces) or a 1500mm diameter circle (five pieces).

EverEdge garden rings can be used to make a circular edge around trees, statues, water features and garden beds. The rings prevent grass runners invading the area around a tree or shrub; they keep in mulch and provide protection from mowing damage and soil compaction around the roots. The lengths are simply joined together using the coach bolts provided, which are then inserted through the pre-drilled holes.

EverEdge is available in three different depths: 75mm, 100mm and 125mm in a galvanised and powder-coated finish in black or brown and in Cor-Ten. The 75mm depth is generally used to edge paths or driveways where no grass is involved, whilst the 100mm and 125mm depths are used for edging lawns and flower beds particularly where grass runners need to be controlled. When 30mm of the actual edge, as well as the spikes, are hammered into the ground, EverEdge creates an effective barrier that will stop the runners invading paths or garden beds.

EverEdge is available Australia wide at local stockists or through the online shop. All details are on the website: www.everedge.com.au

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