EverEdge Garden Rings can be used to make a circular edge around trees, statues, water features and garden beds. They allow young trees and shrubs to become established. The rings prevent grass runners invading the area around the tree, they keep in mulch and provide protection from mowing damage and soil compaction around the roots.
EverEdge Garden Rings can be formed by curving any number of EverEdge single metre lengths. However, for the smaller diameter rings – which can be harder to form by hand – we have lengths that are already pre curved. These rings are the 600 mm diameter (which uses two lengths of EverEdge) and the 900 mm diameter (which uses three lengths). The lengths are simply joined together using the coach bolts provided which are inserted through the pre-drilled holes. For rings with a 1200 mm diameter (which uses four lengths) and a 1500 mm diameter (which uses five lengths) the pre-curved 900 mm diameter lengths can be used. During installation the curves can be stretched out to form the larger ring. PLEASE NOTE: It isn’t possible to use the pre curved pieces of the 600 mm diameter ring to make a larger circle (the curve is too tight and can’t be stretched out). For circles using four or five pre curved pieces ONLY use the 900 mm diameter pieces.
For rings with a diameter of more than 1500 mm it is easy to flex the standard straight lengths of EverEdge to form a curve and then slot them together to create the circle. To calculate the number of lengths required, measure the circumference of the circle and then add 6% to allow for the overlap as each EverEdge length joins the next.