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Argee

Model RG825

Internet #100038507

25 ft. Decorative Plastic Brick Edging

$19.39 /box
  • Features lightweight, realistic plastic bricks
  • Ability to curve automatically or go straight
  • Item cannot be used to build a patio floor

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25 ft.,Let's Edge It, Decorative Plastic Brick Edging. Easy to do. Just snap bricks together and press in ground. Installs in minutes. Surround a garden, tree or pathway in a snap. No hauling heavy bricks, mortar or digging trenches.

  • Lightweight, realistic plastic bricks that curve or go straight
  • Create beautiful landscape edging just the way you want them
  • Will curve automatically or go straight
  • Curve around a tree in minutes
  • 25 ft. kit contains 35 plastic bricks with 34 plastic connectors and 2 end caps
  • Realistic looking plastic bricks are Terra Cotta in color
  • May not be stepped on or driven over
  • Suitable for edging only
  • Cannot be used to build a patio floor

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How do they fasten into the ground?

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May 6, 2015
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Florida
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October 2, 2015
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They have stakes molded into each brick.
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Danvers, MA, USA
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July 31, 2015
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Each brick is solid on the two long sides and top. The ends are 2/3 open so that the connectors can be inserted. The bottom is open - the bricks are hollow. You merely press them into the soil. it is very easy if the ground is damp. If not run the hose on the soil to soften it.
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Everett, WA
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July 12, 2015
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They have spikes attached to the bricks that poke into the ground.
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North Texas
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June 9, 2015
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Each brick has 2 spikes on the bottom that holds them in the ground. Occasionally i walk around them and just gently press them with my foot to make sure they are still secure. Mine have stayed in the ground very well.
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LaGrange, GA
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June 9, 2015
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Each brick has two prongs that are about 4 inches long. I placed a small board on top of each brick and tapped it lightly with a hammer to push it into the ground.
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June 2, 2015
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they have attached pegs...easy to push into moistened ground and stay in place.
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May 26, 2015
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They have short spikes that go into the ground.
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Rochester, New York
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May 26, 2015
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Each brick connects with a plastic concrete like center. The bricks are then pushed into the ground and are held in by pegs.
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May 14, 2015
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Thank you for your question. It would be best to go on our website and look at the video.
Please feel free to contact us again.
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May 6, 2015
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You just have to press them into the ground to install.
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Can these bricks be stacked?

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August 21, 2016
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there are prongs that are pressed into the soil on the base of each brick so they cannot be stacked.
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no
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April 14, 2016
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Not easily but they can if you are creative have the time and like to drill holes in things. Other than that Agree has not come up with a stack-able option yet, but if they put their minds to it they surely and easily could. See Devils answer below as they figured it out. :) These bricks at this point have not been made to stack up.
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November 3, 2015
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No. They have pegs to hold them in the ground and are light weight.
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Epsom, NH
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October 6, 2015
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no
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October 2, 2015
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The only way you could stack them would be to drill holes in the bottom brick for the stakes on the top brick to fit through.
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Wilsonville, OR
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September 29, 2015
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No - there are two prongs sticking out about 1-1/2 inches. See photo attached.
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Everett, WA
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August 26, 2015
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LOL! NO! They have thick spikes built into the bottom for sticking into the ground. They are also very lightweight so would be easily pushed off each other with the dirt or a slight gust of wind. These are for EDGING solely - hence the name!
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August 24, 2015
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No they cannot be stacked - I do not think you understand what this product is. It is a decorative plastic brick edging for your yard. Please visit our website for more information...argeecorp.com
Thank you for your inquiry.
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90 degree angle - can these be cut to line up around my A/C unit? I need it to make a square (minus one side).

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August 21, 2016
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I have a rectangular flower bed and I had to cut two of the bricks to accommodate two corners around a porch. I had no issues. The instructions included explain how to cut the bricks to fit your needs.
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Yes
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There are no L connectors for squared corners, the instructions say to just cut off one of the regular connectors to make the pattern consistent when facing corners. Personally It was one of my cons about the product as you can only rely on making sure you have them set in firm enough to not move on square corners.
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Danvers, MA, USA
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Sure, imagine you were laying regular bricks. These would work the same way.
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July 14, 2015
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We cut ours very easily with a hand saw to fit the 45 deg angles of our stairs.
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Everett, WA
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Cut them? Read the description. You snap them together brick by brick so no you would not be cutting them LOL
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I have not cut mine but I do have some 90 degree angles on my flower bed border. They come with some end caps to cover the open ends or you can have the open ends facing the house
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Oddly enough I was faced with the same situation. You can cut them. I used a small saw and put it into place.
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May 15, 2015
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If you take the bricks, the last brick in one direction , put in connector, measure from end of brick 3/8 of brick, cut connector off. with that connector hanging out. Place brick against the connector side of brick against that piece of connector. Looks like the mortar is between the two bricks. The brick looks like mortar is in between. I hope this helped. If you still need assistance, please feel free Read More
If you take the bricks, the last brick in one direction , put in connector, measure from end of brick 3/8 of brick, cut connector off. with that connector hanging out. Place brick against the connector side of brick against that piece of connector. Looks like the mortar is between the two bricks. The brick looks like mortar is in between. I hope this helped. If you still need assistance, please feel free to call us and do go on our website. Read Less
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Will these fade?

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Ours have been in the soil for over a month in the hot summer sun of Southern California and I have detected no fading thus far.
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Almost one year on my yard that gets sunlight all day. No fading as of yet.
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See pictures in my review... they've been installed since fall 2011 and really not much difference. The color is through the plastic, not painted
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I have had mine for 1 year and they have not faded at all.
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LaGrange, GA
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I just laid them last weekend, so I don't know. Sorry. I would imagine full sun might tend to fade, but I don't know for sure.
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I have had mine in full,bright sun for over a month and I have not noticed any fading.
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As of last year and they went through a brutal winter, no fading or cracking.
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May 18, 2015
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Yes, over time they will fade some, as all bricks do. Even regular bricks will fade over time.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 324 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Looking, Neighbors Have to Look Closely... I'll follow up if these bricks fade, crack or (my biggest worry) don't stay in place... For now, they look great - the 'mortar' connectors really fool people! The only modification I had to make was to use wire-cutters to make a diagonal point on the ends of the blunt stakes so that they would go through the weed-block fabric I laid down before installing the brick edging and the decorative rock. For $20 per 25 feet they are a screaming value if they last, and they do make it fairly easy to make graceful curves instead of just straight lines... July 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product. The plastic brick was very easy to assemble, very nice looking. I am very pleased with my purchase. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pleasant surprise We had rock beds under the edge of our porch that never looked finished. These worked great to give the beds that finished, professional look without back breaking work. Suggest you level ground that they sit on for that authentic brick look. Easy to assemble and install. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great border! I am so glad I bought twice as many as I needed of these so I can use them in other yard projects. As for the space I used them in, I was surprised at how easily they went down. The spot is uneven with multiple tree roots bulging all around the trees. Still, I was able to quickly install the bricks. The pegs were long enough and sturdy enough to secure it and it forms the perfect border to hold the 13 bags of gravel I used as filler. I have accidentally stepped on them without breakage and they have even withstood onslaught by marauding raccoons in the night. May 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love that I can mow over it! This edging is working out very well. It's very easy to install and looks great. Not for high traffic areas, although I think it will take some walking. My favorite part is I can mow right over it with no damage as I hate to use the weed whacker. Note that it will only make gradual curves - the "mortar" spacers only move so much, but at least that's an option. My only real complaint is that the kit only comes with two end caps (for the short end of the brick), which is fine if you're using all of it for one continuous run, but not if you have lots of starts and stops like my projects. I am attaching a photo of the first area I used it on; it really cleaned up and defined the bed and looks great. May 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great edging! I have used many different types of edging over the years this is, by far, my favorite. Easy to use and looks great! June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Plastic Brick Lawn Edging The plastic brick lawn edging was very easy to put together and easy to put into the ground. I thought that it really looked nice when it was all done. June 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy set up, great price for coverage. Lots of compliments Bought 150' of this product and I love it. It was the easiest part of redoing the landscaping. I added rope lighting to it as I was skeptical about the lighted ones being torn up by the mower. Ive had a lot of compliments already and people asking where I got them from as they had been looking for them. HD has them for the best price. The only con is that they do not come with L shaped connectors for sharp corners, and their instructions point to cutting apart one of the regular connectors to make it work. Great if you have the proper tools for cutting ... I just used a butane lighter to weaken them and smooth my terrible cutting job evenly and they worked, but only for decoration purposes, you can not connect a corner. April 14, 2016
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