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Lawn Edging

Posted by terri1335 (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 23, 11 at 16:05

I am looking for galvanized metal or aluminum landscape edging for between grass and garden bed. If you have any better ideas lets me know.The plastic stuff from big box gets torn up from lawn mower. Anybody heard or used Everedge from UK? Can't find may reviews
Thanks


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RE: Lawn Edging

Personally I stick to edging with a spade and edging shears.

I have never tried Everedge but there are some reviews here:

Here is a link that might be useful: Everedge


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RE: Lawn Edging

Advice regarding lawn edging does not travel well.


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RE: Lawn Edging

If you search "edging" in this forum (and probably also the Lawn forum?), you'll find many past discussions, with much more info than if we all chipped in again on this thread.

Everyone has opinions (sometimes rabid!) of what they prefer, or how they feel about what came with the house (often unprintable), or what they'd like to do if only they didn't have Bermuda grass, or what they'd do if they had a much larger budget, or what they used to do when they were younger and more active, or what they like the looks of but haven't actually tried, etc. There's occasionally a bit of agreement, but I'm afraid you'll never get a real consensus.


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RE: Lawn Edging

You know that BigBox sells steel edging, right? Very durable.


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