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Landscape Barriers can bring a clean and tidy appearance to the plants and flowers, making the garden look more stylish and beautiful.
EASY TO INSTALL- Designed with buckle and detachable, no digger tool required, just slot the fence panels together and push the bottom spike into soft ground for instant use.
DECORATIVE: Imitation brick effect design, this garden edging looks exquisite and vivid, and can decorate your garden to bring more fun to your life.
WIDE APPLICATION: Garden Fence is suit for landscape project, public park, gardens, trails, planting and outdoor courtyards personal garden and so on. It Giving your yard and garden a lovely finished look that you will be proud to display.
VERSATILE: This lawn edge design can withstand the weather and won't rust, rot, melt or peel off with the seasons.Each piece of temporary movable border fencing can be easily interlocked with the ring on the side which makes structure and more stable.
Specifications: Made from durable environmentally friendly PP material, these edgings are strong and stable, which are suitable for long-term use. They can bring a clean and tidy appearance to the plants and flowers, making the garden look more stylish and beautiful. If the soil is very soft, just use a mallet to pound each inter locking piece into the ground. However, if the soil is really hard, dig a ditch and put the garden edging in it to keep stable.
Item Name: Garden Edging Material: PP Quantity: 20Pcs/Set Feature: Durable, High Toughness, Easy Installation, Garden Decor Single Piece Size: 15.5cm x 13.5cm/6.10" x 5.31" (Approx.)
Notes: Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures."br" Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement."br""br" Package Includes:"br" 20 x Garden Edging (Others Not Included)
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