Terrific customer service, product arrived promptly, quality product. Luckily I was able to maneuver it alone. The packaging was a bit sloppy, lacking cardboard over the thin edge. I'm waiting for the 22 inch high version to become available to complete my project.
I've been looking for a retraining wall solution for my Holly yard for quite q while. This was cost effective, easy to install, and looks great. I highly recommend.
One thing to note, the set of bracing anchors includes only one brace. It was unclear based on the description and the photos (I'd assumed a set contained 2) so I had to order more after my initial order arrived.
Overall, I would buy again. It's a great product.
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Hi! I am in the process of re-landscaping. How much of this would I need to order to create a 6' diameter circular garden with a 3' diameter insert . . . and how many braces would I need? Thanks so much!
I am so sorry for the delay in response.
A couple of things:
The 3' diameter ring wouldn't be possible with this particular edging (due to the flexiblility of the product) as the minimum diameter you would be able to make is 4.5'. This can be done by connecting 2 sections together.
For a 6' diameter ring, you would need 2.66 pieces of edging, so a total of 3. You would have to cut a piece off and then you would need an joining sleeve to reconnect. If your project allows for a slightly larger circle, it is always recommended...and easier to use the full lengths of the sections and just connect 3 sections together. 3 sections would give you a diameter of 6.76'.
You wouldn't need bracing. Bracing is recommended for long runs, but the nature of the circle would support itself.
So, for your project, with the suggestions, you would need a total of 5 sections. (and 1 joining sleeve if you want to make the cut for the 6' circle)
There's a great video that shows how to install circles (especially the smaller one) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAF5Ht8Oe5Y
I hope this helps. If you have any other questions, please let me know!!
Would this be usable in a veggie garden and be food safe or just for plants?
I am so sorry for the delay in response. Yes, the steel edging is pefectly safe for us in vegetable gardens. It is mostly composed of Neat Iron (Fe) around 98 percent. The other elements in much smaller increments are:
So, nothing in there that should be of any harm when growing veggies.