I've used the plastic edging before, and not been pleased.
The Core Edging was easy to connect. Made a seamless look with nice straight lines that easily curved when you wanted, and gave perfect circles when you wanted. I can see that I won't have to replace this ever. If my design changes, I'll just pull it up and move it. We'll worth the investment.
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The edging sections are fairly easy to connect and install with a mallet or flat, heavy rock. The color is fantastic and they immediately give the garden a polished but organic look. I am a repeat customer.
Easy to purchase. Arrived on time and was just what we wanted for our backyard refresh. Between the two of us we were able to shape a few corners and make it look great!
Just love the look and quality of the product. Erin was so helpful ! top notch customer service ! Will order more soon.
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Can someone address how this actually installs? Do you just push the spikes into the ground or do you have to use spikes?
The spikes are built into the edging, so it's a matter of connnecting the sections together and using a mallet to hammer down. Digging a small trench line makes installation easier. Video below:
Does 6” width include the support teeth ?
The 6" is what is above ground. The spikes are a little over 4".
Is it possible to put a 90* bend in one of the pieces?
Yes, you can make a 90 degree bend. You would need to secure the piece of edging (with a vice or some other means--I've just stood on the end of the piece and it worked fine) and bend the edging using a mallet against a blunt edged object such as a block of wood.
what gauge is the steel?
It is 14 gauge steel. 1/16" of an inch in thichness.
Can I create a 10ft radius with the 150mm product?
Yes, you can make a 10ft radius with the 150mm core edge. I even found the equation that we spoke on the phone about.
If you know the circle's diameter, multiply that number by π (pi) 3.14 to get the circle's circumference. So if the diameter of your circle is 10 feet, you'd calculate 10 × 3.14 = 31.4 feet as the circumference.