Keeping your walkways clear of weeds and overgrowth doesn’t have to be a challenging task. Neither does creating professional-looking garden beds. The trick is to use the best tools for the job. Learn about three different ways to edge below.
A dual-wheel rotary edger has great traction and it is equipped with a self-cleaning blade. That means no clogging so no stopping in the middle of edging to clear the tool. It’s ideal for quickly removing weeds from the sidewalk or paved path.
Choose a stand-up edger to cut straight or curved trenches for unique-shaped beds. The large step and sharp blade slice and remove sod easily.
The border spade is ideal for creating defined landscape borders. Drive the spade into the ground at slightly less than a 90-degree angle to a depth of four inches or so. Overlap your cuts to get a good, even line and tip the spade back with each cut to draw up the grass. As a bonus, the border space can also be used for digging and transplanting trees and shrubs.
Watch our short video to see all three products in action.
With the proper edger, your lawn will be the envy of the neighborhood and a source of pride for you.Shop for edging tools