With the spikes below ground, the edge remains above the surface to form a perfect barrier between the lawn, garden bed, path or driveway. If a solid barrier is required beneath the surface - to inhibit grass runners from growing into a garden bed for instance - part of the edge can also be hammered into the ground along with the spikes.
EverEdge is a flexible garden edging that allows all sorts of different and artistic designs to be brought to life. EverEdge’s lengths simply slot together during installation. Curves and angles are easily formed by bending or flexing the edging before it is hammered into the ground.
With the durability of 1.6 mm steel, EverEdge will last for generations and never lose its form. EverEdge is also available in a range of finishes.
EverEdge’s Corten finish provides a wonderfully rustic look. When first installed, EverEdge’s steel is a dull silver colour that develops a ‘rust’ finish over a period of 5 weeks. After this time the development stabilises and will not flake or deteriorate. The rust colour does not stain white pebbles or rocks, making it suitable for any garden.
EverEdge galvanised edging also comes with a powder-coated finish in either black or brown, which gives the impression that the soil is holding a perfect edge.
Quick installation tip | Wherever possible, edging should be installed with the top of the edging at the bottom of the blades of grass so that the mower can go over the top – eliminating the need for whipper snipping.
EverEdge is distributed Australia-wide through local stockists or via courier if ordered from the EverEdge website. To find out more visit www.everedge.com.au