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8 ft. x 14-Gauge x 4 in. Green 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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COL-MET 8 ft. steel landscape edging keeps a clean line between grass and garden beds. This green powder-coated steel edging resists frost heave and comes with four (4) removable stakes to join sections together and to anchor edging into the ground. The flexible steel can easily be bent to shape raised garden beds, but is rigid enough to form straight lines.
  • Powder-coated steel provides durability
  • Easy to shape and bend to any design for flower beds, driveways, rock gardens, and cement forms
  • Steel edging offers a long-lasting, professional landscaping design
  • Includes 4 attached stakes to hold edging in the ground and connect it to other pieces (sold separately)

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MaterialSteelIronSteelMetal
Product Length (in.)16 ft16 ft10 in4
Product Height (in.)6.25 in6.25 in.4.072
Product Width (in.).05 in.05 in.496
Landscape Supply TypeEdgingEdgingAccessoryEdging
FeaturesNo Additional Features90-Degree Capable,Cuttable,Flexible,Rust Resistant,UV Protected 90-Degree Capable,Attachable,Cuttable,Flexible
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
.072
Product Length (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
96

Details

Color Family
Green
Color/Finish
Green
Features
90-Degree Capable,Attachable,Cuttable,Flexible
Included
Stakes
Landscape Supply Type
Edging
Material
Metal
Package Quantity
1
Packaging Type
Individual
Product Weight (lb.)
8

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No expressed warranty

Questions & Answers

64Questions19Answers

How many pieces do I need to purchase for 3’, 4’ & 5’ round tree rings ? Do I use 3’, 4’ or 8’ se...

Asked by Dstealt April 26, 2021
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Answer

To make tree rings that small you should really be using the pre-curved Tree Ring Sections; Home Depot SKU# 331899. Use those in quantities of 3, 4 or 5 to give you a 3', 4' or 5' diameter circle.

Does this come with stakes or do i buy them separately?

Asked by localscaping April 9, 2021
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Comes with stakes attached. I usually buy 1 extra per piece of edging.

Can this be used for a DG patio and walkway?

Asked by Kibi April 5, 2021
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Answers

Never use it for that purpose, but does an excellent job of holding dirt back.

what is the best way to make a 90° corner?

Asked by Greenknight March 28, 2021
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Answer

Yes there is. I used 2 of them for my project.

Is this flexible enough to be used as a tree ring? If so, how tight of a ring can it make? For i...

Asked by PatA March 12, 2021
2
Answers

Thanks BSC. I saw that section and it isn't what I want.

Can they be cut?

Asked by Longhorn March 12, 2021
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Yes I cut them with a metal cutting blade, sawzall, circular or grinder blades.

why is there a hole on one end of each peice?

Asked by wes February 28, 2021
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The hole is simply a byproduct of the manufacturing process, we hang the pieces using the hole to powder coat them.

Can I use this edging to separate zoysia grass from Bermuda grass to keep the Bermuda grass from ...

Asked by Ronnie July 1, 2020
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I believe that you could separate the grass at least for a while. However bermuda grass roots will probably grow underneath over time. I am using it to separate zoysia from Loriope aa a border.

Do you need cornerstakes if you are putting iit in a strait line?

Asked by Dave April 20, 2020
1
Answer

Hello, These landscape edging / boarders come with their own steaks, already attached to the steel. HD offers more steaks, with different lengths and they make a corner bracket for the boarder as well.

Can this be used to edge a stone/gravel driveway? Looking to outline and separate my driveway from my lawn.

Asked by Kevin April 7, 2020
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Yes that would work. I used them on a pebble stone path and they keep the stones in.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 96% recommend this product
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great product
Great product and durable , I painted mine black before install . Thats the only negative I wished they had these in black instead of green or brown
by Vico
The edging was used to put together a flower bed...
The edging was used to put together a flower bed and garden.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Very convenient edgers, simple to bend, or shape to your...
Very convenient edgers, simple to bend, or shape to your desires, permanent and strong. I would highly recommend to any gardener.
by Tchavez
2 people found this helpful
This steel landscape edging is very sturdy and effective. Although it's not very wide, it served...
This steel landscape edging is very sturdy and effective. Although it's not very wide, it served the purpose of preventing our neighbor's soil from coming underneath our fence every time it rains. Taking apart the two stakes at the end of the edging was a colossal pain, but do-able. (My husband did it by using his heavy-duty plier.) We also bought extra stakes at Home Depot for more stability. We added Mexican river rocks for curb appeal. At the end of the day, it was worth all the time and effort we put into this project AND it worked!
by LindaL
4 people found this helpful
Easy to install. Slip a crescent wrench over the built-in stakes, wiggle back amd forth like your...
Easy to install. Slip a crescent wrench over the built-in stakes, wiggle back amd forth like your bending a paper clip and SNAP..off they come. Easy peasy! Seem heavy duty and should last.
by Thisspaceforsale
2 people found this helpful
I am a 53 year old female who does not like yard work. I installed about 90 feet of this by mysel...
I am a 53 year old female who does not like yard work. I installed about 90 feet of this by myself at my home in north Dallas, Texas. I first had to dig out the old edging, which was the same type. My home was built in '83 and I suppose that the old edging had been there since then. Therefore I would guess it has lasted over 30 years; which makes it a good value! Installation was not that difficult; separating the spikes from the edging was not difficult at all. I watched the videos first that are provided by the manufacturer on its website. This may not make any sense unless you have already installed some, but the manufacturer says that it should be installed so that once one section is in place, and another is about to be joined, it should be that the new section end should be at the top, joining to one that is orientated with the joining arm down. There was no way for me to do this because I needed to start from the left and work to the right. Still, my installation was successful; so don't let that small detail deter you.
by Pemberley
16 people found this helpful
Steel edging is much better than vinyl, easy to install. Painted coating leaves some room for i...
Steel edging is much better than vinyl, easy to install. Painted coating leaves some room for improvement, as it does rust where the paint falls off or the lawnmore/trimmer scratches the paint. I would prefer the older product that was galvanized and not painted. But overall, I am satisfied with the product.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
Good product. But take care, if you chip the paint while banging it into place- it will rust rath...
Good product. But take care, if you chip the paint while banging it into place- it will rust rather quickly. Also, if you are in the mists of a big project, spend the extra for the longer more durable stakes. The ones you can detach are pretty worthless to carry any kind of weight. If I can get the pic to load you can see that all the rock and the about to be planted new flower beds have all been made using the product (which has taken me about a year to complete).
by Noh
4 people found this helpful
It's a great edging system, but it may be a bit more work than it appears. I've always been prett...
It's a great edging system, but it may be a bit more work than it appears. I've always been pretty handy. Col-Met says you may or may not want to dig a trench. Unless your soil is soft and rock free, you better dig a trench--just a couple of inches--because if the bottom edge hits a rock as you are trying to pound the edging down, it's not going to go down. I found it a bit tricky to keep the edging straight, but I found you can use small rocks on each side, in the trench, to help keep it straight (after staking). Then cover them with soil, or in my case with gravel on the other side. Great for containing gravel. Not cheap! I edged about 30 ft. This cost me about $90. Looks really nice. Better than wavy rubbery edging. It's very strong steel, but you can bend it to follow a curve. (This photo showed a nice curve, but the review software made the photo pretty tiny and hacked some of it off.)
by Bill
12 people found this helpful
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.
by Homesolution
10 people found this helpful
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