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Questions and Answers for Vigoro 20 ft. No-Dig Plastic Landscape Edging Kit

Internet #301459394

Model #3001-20HD-6

Store SKU #1000023723

  • Flexible plastic edging is designed to allow a custom shape
  • Hardware is included to allow easy, no dig installation
  • Landscape edging kit is durable and won't fade in the sunlight

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caret
Q:Top soil (bags) the price
by|Apr 11, 2023
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A:  Hi Norwood, please contact Home Depot customer service for the top soil pricing. Thanks!

by|Apr 13, 2023
    caret
    Q:what tool should I use to cut the edging to size?
    by|Apr 11, 2023
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    A:  I used the wider side of a pick. Does not need to go too deep. Use a garden hose for your layout and spray pain your line.

    by|May 23, 2023
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      A:  We just used tin snips. 

      by|Apr 30, 2023
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        A:  Hello Sandy, when cutting edging we recommend using a hacksaw, handsaw, or industrial/heavy duty snips. While cutting the edging, we urge you to take all safety precautions such as wearing protective eye wear and cutting gloves. Thank you for your question, happy landscaping!

        by|May 7, 2023
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          caret
          Q:Do you need to make sure the No-Dig edging is level?
          by|Mar 23, 2023
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          A:  I’m a way, yes. The best thing is to unravel it and try to let it straighten out before using it. I used extra stakes and a rubber mallet to level the border as much as possible.

          by|Jan 18, 2024
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            A:  Not really , I did mine  on the side on my yard and it work perfectly fine 

            by|Apr 30, 2023
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              A:  Hi Corbett, It is best for the edging to be installed directly on top of level soil that is free from stones and debris. It can be installed on a slight grade, so long as the tabs are flat against the soil and secured according to the needs of the project. Thank you for the question, and good luck on your project!

              by|May 6, 2023

                A:  The no dig edging is very flexible.  If you have an area that is not level, it will work great.  So whether the area is level or not, it should be fine.

                by|Apr 30, 2023
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                  caret
                  Q:What's the distance between each hole the stake goes in
                  by|Jan 28, 2023
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                  A:  Hello and thank you for your question. For the 60 ft. No-Dig Landscape Plastic Edging Kit, the holes in the tabs are approximately 4 inches apart (center to center). We recommend using a spike every 2 to 3 feet for a typical installation. It is important to spread the spikes out because putting them too close together can restrict the ability of the edging to expand and contract and can cause waves. Certain installation shapes or soil types may require additional spikes, but every 2-3 feet is typical. Thank you again for your question, we hope this helps!

                  by|May 8, 2023
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                    caret
                    Q:How wide is the top tube? I am trying to match another.
                    by|Jul 31, 2022
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                    A:  Thank you for the question and your interest in the No-Dig Landscape Edging. The top tube is approximately 1" in diameter. We hope this helps!

                    by|Aug 31, 2022

                      A:  It is about a 1/4 inch tube.

                      by|May 8, 2023
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                        caret
                        Q:how to keep edging from buckling
                        by|Jun 30, 2022
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                        A:  Thank you for the question! Below are our tips and best practices for installing the No-Dig Landscape Edging. Take the product out of the box and lay it along the shape of your installation. Allow it to heat in the sun to become more flexible. When installing the edging, anchor the first tab and pull it as taught as possible while shaping it around your installation. Make sure the edging is pulled tightly between anchoring points. Hammer the anchoring spikes into the ground at an angle to resist freeze/thaw movement. Be sure not to anchor the edging too often. This can restrict the ability of the edging to expand and contract and can cause waves. When edging is installed and anchored into the ground, immediately cover the tabs with soil and the selected ground cover (mulch, stone, etc.). This acts as a secondary anchoring point and can help to deflect some of the heat that may cause waviness. Although this product is No-Dig, it will require seasonal maintenance. Weather changes will force the ground to shift throughout the year, specifically in periods of freeze and thaw. As a result, the edging may shift as well because it is above ground. We suggest hammering the spikes back into the ground as a part of a seasonal landscape maintenance routine. In most cases, this will correct weather-related edging movement. Alternatively, if you prefer a little-to-no-maintenance edging solution, we suggest using an edging that is installed sub-grade, such as aluminum or dig-in edging. As with any plastic edging, heat and fluctuating temperatures can impact an installation. Taking the measures above can help to minimize the effects of an unavoidable factor. We hope this helps!

                        by|Feb 12, 2024
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                          caret
                          Q:Number of spikes.
                          by|Jun 18, 2022
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                          A:  6

                          by|Mar 18, 2023
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                            A:  Hi Rob, thanks for the question. Our installation guide recommends 2-3 feet between spikes for a typical installation. The distance between spikes depends upon the installation shape and soil type. We try to offer enough spikes in the kits to accommodate a typical installation. Since each installation is unique, additional spike packs are available to purchase separately. We hope that helps!

                            by|Nov 9, 2022
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                              A:  I had to buy extra spikes. 

                              by|Nov 12, 2023
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                                caret
                                Q:What is the height?
                                by|May 20, 2022
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                                A:  2 inch height

                                by|Feb 17, 2023

                                A:  About 2"

                                by|Feb 17, 2023

                                A:  It’s about an inch and a half tall.

                                by|May 24, 2023
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                                A:  It is 1.5" high. Thanks for the question!

                                by|Aug 3, 2022
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                                  A:  The height of the edging is 1 3/8” high. A little shorter than I wanted but it works in my application.

                                  by|Feb 17, 2023
                                  1 found this answer helpful
                                  caret
                                  Q:Can it be cut?
                                  by|May 19, 2022
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                                  A:  Yes. I cut it to the length I needed using heavy duty scissors. Pruning shears would work as well.

                                  by|May 26, 2022

                                    A:  We recommend using a hacksaw, handsaw, or industrial/heavy duty snips to cut the edging. We strongly urge you to use all safety precautions when cutting, which include wearing protective eye wear and cutting gloves. Thanks for the question!

                                    by|May 19, 2022

                                      A:  Sure 

                                      by|Jun 2, 2022

                                        A:  Yes… I used tin snips & it cut easy 

                                        by|Jun 17, 2023
                                          caret
                                          Q:Will my weed eater tear this up or does it withstand the string slapping it?
                                          by|May 19, 2022
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                                          A:  It'll withstand the normal beating of a string trimmer. Now if you're using any other blade, no guarantees. But mine have held up for 5 years so far.

                                          by|Oct 9, 2023
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                                            A:  When trimming the grass around your plastic edging, we recommend using only a string trimmer. When used properly, the plastic edging can withstand a string trimmer for many years. We do not, however, recommend using a trimmer with a metal blade. Metal blades will cut the edging. Thanks for the question!

                                            by|May 30, 2022
                                              1 found this answer helpful

                                              A:  Its awfully thick and withstands my weed whacker "slapping" (lol) at it. I've had it in place for a few years now.

                                              by|Mar 29, 2023
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