Model # 814

Internet #100327736

Store SKU #315186

COL-MET 8 ft. Steel Landscape Edging


8 ft. Steel Landscape Edging

  • Durable steel for years of use
  • Easy to shape and install
  • Excellent choice for retaining mulch and rock from turfgrass

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Product Overview

COL-MET 8 ft. Steel Landscape Edging keeps a clean line between grass and plant beds. The green, powder-coated steel resists frost heave and easily bends and shapes to the design you want. It comes with 4 removable stakes that hold the edging in the ground and interlock it to other pieces (sold separately).

  • Green, powder-coated steel resists frost heave
  • Easy to shape and bend to any design for raised plant beds, driveways and cement forms
  • 4 in. tall for decorative edging of your lawn and garden areas
  • Includes 4 removable stakes to hold edging in the ground and connect it to other pieces (sold separately)




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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I get this in black in nashville, tn

Can I get this in black in nashville, tn
Asked by: Nick
The edging is only available in BLACK by placing a Special Order at your local store. When placing a Special Order we have a 10 piece minimum on the edging itself so as long as you need 10 or more you are in good shape. Please contact your nearest store, tell them what you are looking for and direct them to contact us via telephone and we can give the store employee the rest of the information needed.
Answered by: col-met
Date published: 2017-01-16

Can it be flexed around a radius

Asked by: SR
This product can bend and flex to the user's specifications.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-10-04

what gage steel is this product

14/16 ???
Asked by: Joe
Steel is 14 ga.
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2017-01-13

Does this product have a rolled top? Is it safe for the feet of pets and children?

Asked by: Julie
Does NOT have a rolled top, but the finish is smooth. Make sure that the stakes are driven down well below the top of the piece to avoid any exposed sharp edges on the stakes.
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2017-01-13
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Customer Reviews

8 ft. Steel Landscape Edging is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Well designed and simple. Just remove the integral stakes and the overlapping en... Great product. Well designed and simple. Just remove the integral stakes and the overlapping ends match up quite well. I used the longer stakes that are available due to the soft ground and the profile that I chose. I felt sorry for one reviewer who had trouble removing the "steaks" from the piece. If he had watched the short video, he would have had no trouble at all. Really works well for a curved layout. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy & (Kinda) Cheap This stuff is easy to install and looks great! I bought the plastic rolls last year and it was a pain to install. The plastic roll chose the installation style, not me. This stuff was really easy to bend and didn't need to have a trench dug ahead of time. The splice stakes are the best - they really pull the edging down. It was a little annoying to cut - we went with the hack saw method, which took a while to do, but the results were good. This stuff costs the same per foot as the plastic edging and was so much easier to install, and looks so much better. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2011-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from short learning curve, and worth the effort Use stout pliers to bend the stakes back and forth to remove. I put the edging on the ground, standing on it with one foot while grabbing the stakes with the pliers to remove. I am not an incredibly strong woman, but once I got the hang of it, removing the stakes was fairly easy. Installation went smoothly by first cleaving a small slit with an edger in our clay soil along a garden hose laid out in the pattern I wanted to edge. (I waited for the day after sufficient rainfall to soften our hard red clay). I then pushed the edging in the soil slit, tamped it level with a rubber mallet, and went section by section until completed. TIP: make sure the first piece you start with has the edge furthest from the starting point buried on the ground side. That way, your next piece will have the top edge available to easily line up with the edge further in the ground, making stake installation a snap.
Date published: 2015-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and looks sharp! I have had the black plastic edging, I have had the scalloped edged bricks and I have had the plastic edging that is made to look like brick. I say "had" because none of them held up. Here in sunny TX the heat bakes the plastic and makes it super brittle. I purchased the metal edging two years ago. It has not faded or shifted at all and looks as good as it did the day I installed it. I am getting ready to go buy more for a new bed!
Date published: 2012-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable, easy to use, flexible There not cheap by if you have a big area to do, but they seem to be very well made and i'm happy with them. I've had some in the front yard for a few years and just bought some more for the back. I'm not very good at lawn/garden anything, but buying these helped me to look like I kind of know something.
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super! These are wonderful. Stakes easily removed by using larger plier-type tool. Just bend them back and forth and they come off. Using a hammer or crow bar to break the beads won't work. Quality product. Photo of typical larger plier tool attached to review.
Date published: 2015-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best solution for me After looking at all the available edging solutions, I chose this steel product. For me, it was the best overall product and very cost effective. I used approx. 128' of material to enclose the bed around my azaleas and shrubs in front of the house. It did not require digging a trench or disturbing the beds. It was easy to bend to my liking and drive in the stakes. I have a mildly sloping yard but it did not affect the installation. It is able to handle a good deal of mulch without fear of bending or collapsing. In fact, I accidentally ran over the top of the curved section at the end of the house with the riding mower. No damage at all. For me, being able to run the string trimmer along the edging to get a nice finished look to my lawn is very nice. It cuts down on trimming time and I am not constantly trying to rake mulch back into the bed. It is not the cheapest solution but price per foot, I feel it is a cost effective product. I will use it again in the fall to build a new, larger bed around some trees in the front lawn.
Date published: 2010-06-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Stuff! Great stuff for edging! Main complaint I have is that the included stakes are pretty difficult to pry off the sides.
Date published: 2016-06-24
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