Edging Coil Recycled Plastic And Wood Composite Fence Garden Landscape Border, Black

Abba Patio



  • Sturdy plastic-wood composite material preventing cracking, rotting, peeling or chipping under the sunshine for a longtime
  • Landscape edging including recycle plastic is eco-friendly, making your life more environmental protection and healthy
  • The flexible landscape edging allow to make curves as well as straight sections for your DIY gardening projects
  • Easy to install without digging, including five stakes for quickly pound in
  • The landscape border makes the garden tidy and attractive, suitably alternative to metal, concrete, steel, and brick garden edging, save you more time and effort
  • The Abba Patio Recycle plastic and wood composite edging is the new longer-lasting environmental garden fence that finally allows gardeners to have both attractive and weed-free planting areas. Unlike heavy stone, brick, concrete, or expensive metal edging products, wood-plastic composite edging is easy to install and save more time and effort. Sturdy material prevent cracking, rotting, peeling or chipping under the sunshine for many year to use. Flexible landscape allows you to create tight curves, straight lines, and unique shapes in your landscaping during your DIY gardening projects. Made from recyclable plastic material, makes your life more environmental protection and healthy.

    - Material: Recycled plastic and wood-
    - Gross Weight: 8.4 LBS
    - Product Dimensions: 240.2x5.3x0.18 inches
    - Color: Black

    About Abba Patio
    Abba Patio, a top designer and manufacturer of high quality gardening products, from patio Umbrellas, Canopies, Awnings to Garden Furniture sets.
    Each piece is sleekly designed, rigorously tested for durability, and assembly instructions have been standardized for simplicity from start to finish. This classic style and reliable craftsmanship will weather ever-changing trends and regular use for years to come. Due to take in sunlight and the monitor, pictures may have a slight chromatism problem. This is inevitable.

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