- The flexible steel garden rings are the perfect solution to allow young trees and shrubs to become established without competing grass, mower damage and root area compaction from foot traffic.
EverEdge Garden Rings can be formed with any number of EverEdge single metre lengths. For The lengths are simply joined together with the coash bolts provided and inserted through the pre drilled holes.
Available in two finishes:-
Galvanised and powder coated black.
Corten special self-rust-sealing finish.
- The pre-curved rings are available in the 125mm height with a 1.6mm gauge
- EverEdge Garden Rings come in packs of two or three single metre lengths
- Rings with a 600mm diameter use two EverEdge single metre lengths
- Rings with a 900mm diameter use three EverEdge single metre lengths
- Rings with a 1200mm diameter use four EverEdge single metre lengths (note: these lengths must be from a 900mm diameter pack as the 600mm diameter packs are curved too tightly)
- Rings with a 1500mm diameter use five EverEdge single metre lengths (note: these lengths must be from a 900mm diameter pack as the 600mm diameter packs are curved too tightly)
- Spikes are 95mm long (six spikes per metre length)
“How do I install the EverEdge Garden Rings?”
EverEdge garden rings are hammered into the ground in exactly the same way as the EverEdge single metre lengths – using a rubber or wooden hammer. Each ring pack includes printed installation guidelines.
“How do I shape the ring?”
Because EverEdge is flexible the shape can be flexed to match the circle required. When using the curved lengths it is easy to stretch the curves to form the circular shape. For the larger circles with more than a five metre circumference the straight lengths are simply flexed to form the curve.
“Should I join the pieces together before I install the ring?”
The ring is assembled using the bolts and nuts provided. The pieces can be joined together to form the ring and then slid over the tree or, if the tree is too high to do this, the pieces can easily be joined around the tree.
“How do I calculate how many pieces I need to make a circle?”
Measure the diameter required and then multiply by 3.14 to calculate the circumference. Once this measurement has been confirmed add 6% to allow for the EverEdge overlap. For circumferences of more than 5 metres use the EverEdge straight metre lengths.
“Will the tree roots be damaged during installation?”
Each length of EverEdge has six spikes that are 95 mm long. The spikes are spaced evenly along the EverEdge length. The ring should be positioned so that the spikes avoid any large roots. However, if some spikes end up piercing a root this should not cause major damage as the spikes are narrow and the roots will continue to grow around them.