Garden Edging - Pressure Treated Pine No Dig Roll Up Flower Bed Edges
  • Garden Edging - Pressure Treated Pine No Dig Roll Up Flower Bed Edges
  • Garden Edging - Pressure Treated Pine No Dig Roll Up Flower Bed Edges
  • Garden Edging - Pressure Treated Pine No Dig Roll Up Flower Bed Edges
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Garden Edging - Pressure Treated Pine No Dig Roll Up Flower Bed Edges

When you want to separate your garden from the yard, driveway, or walkway, these no dig roll-up garden edges will do the trick! Each one comes with 12 inch long stakes (placed approximately every 2 feet apart) that will go deep into the ground to keep the edging in place! The roll-ups are woven together with strong nylon rope and will work with any shape garden. Edging your garden with these will not only add a look of perfection but will make mowing and weeding super easy! These make a great addition to our Pressure Treated Pine Board Walks! 

$29.99
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SPECIFICATIONS:
AVAILABLE IN 1 FOOT TO 15 FOOT LENGTHS
Amish Made
Made in the USA
No nails, screws, or hardware
Slats are made of Pressure Treated Pine
Resistant to Rot and Termites
Heavy Duty Woven nylon rope
Rope goes through each board; end to end
No Permits or Assembly Required
Available in a variety of sizes
Space saving roll up design for easy storage
Free Shipping
Can be sealed with outdoor stain or water seal
Digital Colors may vary slightly from actual product color

For questions, please give us a call: 724-464-2222

CLEANING:
Simply spray off with a hose or pressure washer.


DIMENSIONS:
Each Slat is 2 5/8” Wide x 6” High
Slats are approximately ¾” apart

SHIPPING: Ships via Ground, Fully Assembled.

What's Included?
1 Garden Border in the Size Selected
Build Time
10 Days
In-Home Delivery & Set Up
Sorry, not available on this product
Manufacture
Hand-crafted made in the USA by the Pennsylvania Amish
Assembly
Fully Assembled
Materials Used
Pressure Treated Pine, Nylon Rope, Nylon Spacers

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