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Model #2050HD

Choppers 60 ft. Black Resin Hammer-In Landscape Edging (120-Piece Set)

  • Resin material won't rust
  • Interlocking pieces accommodate curves and corners
  • Easy to install with hammer or mallet
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Product Overview

This Emsco Group Outdoor Choppers 60 ft. Resin Hammer-In Landscape Edging (120-Pack) gives a flourish to any border. Use it for flower beds, along driveways or around mailboxes. The pieces interlock and tap into the ground with a hammer or mallet.
  • Durable plastic resin
  • Sections slide together with interlocking fasteners
  • Large cutting teeth and a reinforced anvil top for easy installation with a hammer or mallet
  • Use for borders, corners, complex curves, tight circles, dividing beds and more
  • Each piece is approximately 6 in. x 6 in.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
5.75
Product Length (in.)
6 in
Product Width (in.)
0.5

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Features
Attachable
Included
Hardware
Landscape Supply Type
Edging
Material
Plastic
Pack Size
120
Packaging Type
Individual
Product Weight (lb.)
0.13
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

33Questions36Answers

The Emsco product expert answered a questioned and mentioned that a larger edging piece is availa...

Asked by subzrit May 7, 2020
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Answer

I am not aware of any other 'Larger' edging product produced by EMSCO.

How does this stand up to a weed eater?

Asked by Ed April 29, 2020
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Answer

I use a lightweight rechargeable weed eater and there was no problem going around this edging.

Can you paint them?

Asked by TommyD April 6, 2020
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I don't know because I didn't try. They're hard plastic and look like they'd take paint well, but again, I haven't tried.

If I put this on the edge of my driveway would it keep mud from overflowing from my lawn onto my driveway?

Asked by Beth March 20, 2019
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It could if it's not too much mud. It's not that high when you place it into ground and overtime some pieces might get disconnected. But I am very happy to have it along my flower beds with mulch.

My front yard is very steep . will these stay in place or eventually travel because of the angle ?

Asked by FMJ March 7, 2019
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They should stay in place because they are installed by hammering them in the ground with a mallet. Unless you have an erosion problem, they should be ok. I hope they work.

is this flexible enough for curves?

Asked by erix September 6, 2018
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Individual pieces are ridged but when you snap multiple pieces together it will form a circle

Would the product make it hard to do lawn mowing along the edge? Do we need to use a lawn trimmer...

Asked by Frank June 17, 2018
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It would be difficult to mow along the line. I would recommend the use of a lawn trimmer to get an acceptable appearance.

I need brown finish, I bought brown from you but I need more

Asked by lana June 5, 2018
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I would think that if you purchased brown from them before, you could get more. If they don't have it in the store, order it.

I have rabbits under my shed would this work as a fence to keep them out?

Asked by Jae May 20, 2018
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It may, however keep in mind these are only ~6 inches tall and if driven 1/2 down leaves at best ~3 inches to close a gap. Getting them close against an opening might be tough unless you use a pc of wood or such as a intermediate to drive the edging close against the shed. You may be better off considering other drive in fencing such as Emsco Dackers or Colonial Garden fence ... or other brand similar. Neighbor cat may be useful too .... ; )

Do they come in 12" each piece

Asked by Skeet May 19, 2018
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The ones I bought were about 6.5 inches long including the slide together "tongue and grove attachment".

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Customer Reviews

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  • 93% recommend this product
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Much smaller than product photos and flimsy plastic, not what I expected for outdoor durability. ...
Much smaller than product photos and flimsy plastic, not what I expected for outdoor durability. Returned and found so much better edging options - see photos.
by BIGTony
Had to break up the top crust but after worked well,used a rubber tipped mallet to install.
Had to break up the top crust but after worked well,used a rubber tipped mallet to install.
by Drainage
Easy to put together, sturdy and looks nice!
Easy to put together, sturdy and looks nice!
by Gerry
2 people found this helpful
Good quality and easy to install.
Good quality and easy to install.
by KB
1 person found this helpful
Worked great for me!
I was looking for something to keep my mulch in place. These worked great with a rubber hammer. You can bend them to create curves or use adapters they provide for sharp turns. I also bought a slat shovel thinking I would need it to make the edging but if your soil is moist enough and not rocky, they go in fine with just the rubber hammer.
by JLill
8 people found this helpful
Installed 100ft to border a play area. Although it had rained a couple days before, the ground w...
Installed 100ft to border a play area. Although it had rained a couple days before, the ground was still very compacted. I used an EdgeHog to cut a thin 1.5" deep trench and the product installed very easily. Seems to be quite sturdy but glad I have some extra to replace pieces in case any break with active kids. Only thing I would have appreciated is connector pieces (same length, but without the bottom to pound in the ground), as I had a couple trees with roots to navigate, and this will not pound into roots, rocks, etc. I may try cutting the bottom portion off a few and connecting the segments. Overall the project was easy and completed in under 3 hours.
by DIYMom
8 people found this helpful
This product was very easy to use. We used it around an already established landscaped area and t...
This product was very easy to use. We used it around an already established landscaped area and there were very few rocks and the soil was not hard. The pieces fit together easily and we put three pieces together and then tapped into the ground, using a rubber mallet. If I would change anything about the product, it would be to make it a little longer so that it sticks out of the ground more. It serves the purpose intended as an economical solution to keeping the mulch in place. It also comes with attachments that let you make sharp angles. We will probably replace the pieces in the front of the house with something more attractive as our budget permits, but for now it looks nice and serves the purpose. We installed this in the front area a couple of weeks ago and are quite satisfied. We have purchased an additional two boxes to do the garden beds along the side of the house.
by VLee23
This is why I always ruin my nice pair of jeans. I see them advertise these things and every time...
This is why I always ruin my nice pair of jeans. I see them advertise these things and every time their clothes are perfect and they're like half way done. By the time I start I've already soiled my jeans and my better half is cussing me out. I need to talk to management. Somethings not right here. I've attached a picture. Someone tell me what I'm doing wrong!
by Joshua
7 people found this helpful
Emsco Choppers garden edgind review
This is a great product. Very sturdy and aesthetically pleasing. I purchased this product with two functions in mind - 1) hold back mulch and keep it from spilling/washing into my driveway (in beds adjacent to driveway) and 2) slow down or keep grass from growing into my flower beds on the yard side (was tired of constantly weeding out the Bermuda). I am still working on the install, since I purchased 2 boxes (120ft.). Install takes patience and a little finesse, but it is worth the extra effort for a great looking garden edge. My install photos don't show mature plants/flowers and mulch (yet), but I couldn't be more pleased with the results (even at this phase of the project). The area in the attached photos was installed in 1-2 hours over a couple of days (since I took my time and was doing it after work). I recommend connecting several pieces together pre-pounding. I found that wet soil or pre-digging a narrow channel also speeds install.
by GardenGyrl
17 people found this helpful
Great Landscape Edging!!
It's a great value for a 120 pack. They're a little tricky to put in since one end will pop out of the ground when hammering down the opposite end, but who said yard work was easy? Have someone help by holding the opposite end down. They didn't break when I hammered them, so they're very durable. These should last at least three or more years. It looks excellent out front!
by knelson317
13 people found this helpful
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