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Hammer in Lawn Edging  - Replica Lakeland Stone
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Hammer in Lawn Edging - Replica Lakeland Stone

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Keep your lawn and flowerbeds neatly separated with this attractive hammer in edging. Made from strong, flexible, everlasting ABS material, each section locks into the next creating straight or curved shapes around trees, shrubs, lawns or flowerbeds.
  • Eliminates the need for constant lawn edge trimming
  • Reduces weed transfer.

Set of 10 sections sufficient for an edge 250cm long.

Dimensions: 25 x 1.9 x 23cm high
Single section is 25cm wide x 10.7cm high (above ground level)
Thickness: 19mm
This lawn edging has spikes which go 12cm into ground

Weight: 1.13kg
ABS plastic = Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

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Customer Reviews:
posted on 01/03/2011 by harry m
The Product arived on time, was easy to install and did the job very well
Great posted on 03/04/2011 by reluctant gardener
Arrived in 2 days, not 10 - a nice surprise. Edging looks lighter grey than I expected and a bit more plasticky, but was very easy to fit. Separate sections fit together with no problem and produce straight edges or curves with no trouble at all. Good value for money.
Easy to use posted on 14/05/2011 by Dex
I found this very easy to install & it looks great.
good value posted on 17/09/2011 by pippin
A useful edging idea but looked much better in the picture. Looked very plastic so I sprayed it with a stone effect spray and it looks good
Looked very plastic posted on 11/05/2011 by Pam2
Unfortunately we have very heavy clay soil and found the edging very difficult to put in the ground, also felt the edging looked more plastic than shown on the web image
posted on 03/04/2011 by Stonemason
Arrived within 5 days of ordering. The instruction says to hammer inot the ground-impossible ! Cut a slit with a spade first to make fixing into the ground easier.

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