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Does exactly what we needed it to
This product comes in a three natural colours, perfect for blending in with your garden. Smartedge in green is exclusive to Primrose.
The robust and flexible lawn edging has a unique design whereby the A-Frames themselves are bound to the roots of the lawn as the grass grows, forming a neat boundary between the grass and flowerbeds, paths, rockeries and more. The edge strip is made from polypropylene, which makes it UV resistant and frost proof, helps to prevent rot, cracking and splitting.
The Smartedge system includes securing pins as standard, but you may require more depending on the shape of your border and the surface of your lawn. In normal conditions it should only be necessary to pin every third or fourth A-Frame. For an example this 5m Smartedge pack comes with 60 pins and 120 A-Frames as standard.
Reviewed Tuesday, 11 April 2017
"This product requires an extensive trench to be dug before installation. I was expecting to be able to cut a slot along the lawn edge before tapping the edging down with a wooden mallet. This is not possible as the thin plastic is too flexible and simply bends rather than going down into even soft soil.
After a considerable amount of extra work my wife and I managed to install 15 metres of the edge but we were exhausted after all the digging. We were unable to use the provided pegs as it was not possible to push them into the groung more than half their length.
We would prefer a stiffer material without the 'A' feature."
Reviewed Wednesday, 21 September 2016
"Excellent product, very durable and easy to lay. It has been down five days now and the grass has grown through and knitted down the A frames, would highly recommend."
Reviewed Thursday, 7 July 2016
"Service very efficient and goods desoatched promptly."
Reviewed Thursday, 2 June 2016
"Does exactly what we needed it to"
Reviewed Wednesday, 27 April 2016
"Does the job. Good product."
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 June 2015