No Dig Edging Installation. Project kits include edging, anchoring spikes, and connector(s) It’s best if the soil inside the bed has been prepped/rototilled before you install the edging, or you might hit it with the rototiller after installation.
If you're looking for a simple way to section off a vegetable garden, smaller plastic edging's ideal. Another environmentally friendly option would be to use rubber lawn edging, made from 100% recycled rubber. Of serrated coil of black edging, a single connecting sleeve, and two stakes to hold points.
It’s Best If The Soil Inside The Bed Has Been Prepped/Rototilled Before You Install The Edging, Or You Might Hit It With The Rototiller After Installation.
Place the edging in the desired shape and location on cleared surface with the anchoring tabs facing toward the planting bed. Easily cut to length by use of tin snip or a hack saw. The l profile design offers stability and provides flexibility for making curves.
No Digging For Installation Unless You Prefer To Have The Sidewall Lowered In Your Design.
Simply clear the area of loose dirt and debris, align the edging to your desired area, and use a mallet to pound the anchoring stakes (included). Place edging on cleared surface with the anchoring tabs facing toward the planting bed. 2) use a mallet to pound the anchoring spikes (included) into the ground.
The Edging Can Be Contoured To Create Curve Or Straight Designs.
Easy to bend into curves. Easy to bend into curves. In addition, rubber lawn edging keeps your lawn mowing in mind and offers a mower guide design to.
Place Edging In Desired Shape On Cleared Surface With Anchoring Tabs Facing The Planting Bed.
Required materials for this project: You can use those edging for lawns, walkways, creating tiny borders, etc to add aesthetics to your yard. Available in 20ft & 60ft length.
Can Be Used Around Trees And Straight Or Curved Designs.
2 hammer the included anchoring spikes through the tabs to hold the edging in place. The most easy to use 20′ no dig edging in the marketplace. 1) clear the area of debris and align the edging to the shape of the bed.