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Blooma PVC Lawn edging, (H)150mm (L)9m
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Blooma PVC Lawn edging, (H)150mm (L)9m

£9.30
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Product information

This lawn edging is perfect for creating a neat and tidy border in your garden .

  • Creating a neat and tidy border in your garden
  • Rot resistant
  • UV resistant
  • 1 year Guarantee

Features and benefits

This product is easy to cut to size & maintenance free

  • This product is easy to install

Specifications

BrandBlooma
Pack quantity1
Product height150mm
Product length9000mm
Product weight650g
Product code3663602726562

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1.83 / 5(6 reviews)

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JMJL - 3 months ago

This edging is absolutely fine as long as you dig a trench for it to go into and then fill around it. It’s too flimsy to push straight in but with a bit of work it does the job.

Rubbish

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Staceyg123 - 3 months ago

Only bought this as I couldn’t find the one I was looking for in store. It’s terrible. I wish I had looked harder for the other one. This is so flimsy - although it’s easy to cut it doesn’t hold anything in place. I’m going to have to go back and find something else so this has been a disappointing waste of time and money.

basically useless

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16949dave - 3 months ago

tried to edge the lawn, too fragile and flimsy to get in to any depth. basically unuseable

Brittle

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Macanta67 - 8 months ago

I bought 2 rolls thinking it would nicely trim the lawn. The plastic is extremely brittle however. I dug a trench for the edging rather than forcing it into the soil. Even with the trench it broke with the slightest of pressure. Don’t even think about hitting it with a lawnmower. The entire edging is broken and in bits after just a few months use. Not recommended as it is not for for purpose.

Make sure it's in deep enough.

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Beaconwolf - 1 year ago

It's ok if you force 4" into the ground leaving only 2" visible

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