The finished appearance of our two garden beds after using this edging is very professional. Some of the areas were on an incline and you hardly notice where more of the edging is visible. It is a more expensive product than some other options but it is worth it for the results my husband and I achieved. The trick we used for this incline was to permanently connect a few sections to a point where we could see the slope changed again. At that connection we did not push the tab through so we could pivot it to accommodate the slope and then added another few sections where each is also permanently attached. We selected the black edging which appears to have a flat matte powder coat finish (not high gloss dark black) and were very happy with the appearance next to our black mulch. We will definitely order more of this product in the future.
I’m working towards lower lawn maintenance and this matches the brown 3” edging I bought from a different seller in the past. I mow right up to the edge and it’s a neat cut. I still have to weed but don’t have to edge where I’ve used everedge. It’s expensive so I do a section each year.
Shipping was excellent and product was exactly as described. Although it was a little pricey, well worth the cost.
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What is the difference between everedge and proedge? Do they look the same if I put proedge along a section above a slope for stronger support, and the rest along the border between grass and bark areas? Is proedge thicker, do it would appear different? Also, do you know when you will get more evereche in brown in stock?
Proedge comes in 8 foot sections and is 2.5mm thick. Usually, proedge is used for more commercial type applications. The classic everedge comes in 39" sections that lock together and is 1.6mm thick. Though the classic fits most needs, if you are looking for something a little heavier, you could consider the everedge heavy duty which is still the smaller sections, but 2.5mm thick like the proedge.
The brown classic everedge is expected back in stock mid to late July 2018.