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Easy Garden Edging

Plastic, or poly, lawn edging is inexpensive, readily available and flexible enough to conform to curved shapes. The edging comes in rolls of different lengths with the material easily cut with a utility knife to the length needed and pieces connected together by inserting plastic tubes into the top rolled edges. Metal stakes together with the weight of packed material on each side hold it in place. The pieces lock together with a tongue inserted into a slot, pushed into place with a screwdriver. The edging often has a decorative exposed top edge. Interlocking edging, whether metal or brick, is the easiest to install for various landscape materials and layouts.

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