EverEdge is offering a big solution for your garden with the EverEdge Garden Rings.
However, when a smaller or larger than stock ring is required, extra sections can be added or removed from the rings. Manufactured from 1.6mm thick galvanised steel, the EverEdge Garden Ring allows the edge to remain flexible, yet strong enough to hold its shape once assembled.
When once customer required a ring of 300mm diameter, EverEdge offered to roll the section of a garden ring to a tighter radius – ideal for edging some tree saplings in his garden border.
On the other hand, EverEdge added extra sections to the 1500mm diameter to create the required size for one customer who required an extra large ring.
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