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Heavy Duty Landscape Edging - 60350 - 8' x 1/8” x 4” Mill Finish - 112LF per Carton


SKU 60350

Our Heavy Duty Landscape Edging is a professional grade aluminum edging material made by Permaloc. The edging sections are made to "telescope" together, utilizing channels along the top and bottom edges. This provides a secure connection and quick and simple installation process, and requires no stakes. This material is typically used for residential and light commercial applications and is excellent for curvilinear applications.

The Heavy Duty Landscape Edging is made of a durable aluminum alloy and is therefore lightweight, sustainable, and has the strength needed for a professional landscape.

Dimensions: 1/8″ x 4″ (3.2mm x 102mm)

Product Specifications

Length per section : 8'

Stakes included per section : 3

Number of sections per carton : 14

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Sizes & Finishes

  • ProSlide is available in 16′ and 8′ sections. 
  • Engineered to allow for effortless installation and creates a beautiful, clean edge in any landscape.
  • Symmetrical telescoping connection system is versatile, easy to install and eliminates the need for stakes at the connection.
  • Includes heavy-duty 12” interlocking aluminum stakes that securely anchor it into the ground, providing long-term retention.
  • Details: Available in 1/8” x 3” (Thickness x Wall Height), 1/8” x 4”, 1/8” x 5 1/2”, 3/16” x 4”, and 3/16” x 5 1/2”
  • Material: 6063 Aluminum Alloy

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Different Kinds of Landscape Edging For A Beautiful Clean Look

Have you ever looked at your landscaping and felt something is missing? For some reason, nothing seems complete. When you look through home and garden magazines or check out photos on the internet, everything seems so beautiful and clean. So where have you gone wrong?

It's not a deep, dark secret how some landscaping makes it into 5-star magazines, the answer is edging. Edging completes the look of a garden by creating boundaries for the grass and borders to bring balance to everything. To discover the best options for your yard, take a closer look at these different kinds of landscape edging ideas.

Tip: We also offer a Gravel stabilizer grid that allow for a much more enjoyable walking surface than just laying gravel alone.


Wood is at the top of the list for edging. It's very popular and offers a look that is so natural and rustic at the same time. Keep in mind, if you do not treat the wood against rot and pests, it will not last very long. Also, as it's a rigid material, it serves best for straight lines instead of curves. On top of that, wood is more expensive than other edging materials.


Brick has always been a favorite for those who want a touch of charm to their landscaping. Similar to wood, this material is best for straight lines instead of curves. Brick offers a very classic style but is limited if you want a custom look. Also, even though it's a study material, it can come loose or crack over time and can be vulnerable to certain outdoor elements such as frost.


Stone is a really good choice if you want an organic aesthetic look to your landscaping. Keep in mind, weeds will be able to pop up between the rocks. Before installing the stone edging, you should have a barrier of weed fabric to keep the weeds at bay.


Concrete is strong and quite durable and has several great options for landscape edging.  You can choose blocks for a raised edge around the garden or poured concrete to lie flat so it's easier to mow along the borders. Concrete is customizable and a great choice for DIY projects but some weeds might pop up from time to time. Poured concrete will work well for curved borders.

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If you like a modern sleek look in your home furnishings, you might want to consider metal for your landscape edging. The interlocking edging will be somewhat rigid but you could opt for flexible metal edging that comes in rolls so you can create curved borders. Keep in mind, metal will develop a patina from the outside elements but this can also work in your favor as a really nice look.


Rubber is made from recycled materials like tires but rubber is a really good choice for those who are green-minded gardeners. There are many kinds of rubber landscape edging including vertical pieces, edging that will lie flat to the ground so it's easier to mow, or rubber mats that actually resemble mulch but there's less upkeep.

The material works really well for straight or curved borders and you can install round rubber mats for the bases of trees. Even though it's not the most durable edging, it will outlast plastic options.


Keep in mind, unless you want custom edging to look like brick, stone, or wood, plastic will not give you a natural look in your garden as other materials will. Plastic edging can become brittle over time when it's exposed to high temperatures or frost. You can get the option to use spikes to steady the plastic into the soil so no digging will be required.

The material works really well for straight or curved borders and you can install round rubber mats for the bases of trees. Even though it's not the most durable edging, it will outlast plastic options.

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You can add edging around mulch if you wish for a sharper border or on its own it can serve as an edging for your flower bed. In order to make a clean, sharp look where the mulch ends and the grass begins, you will have to create a small trench.

Using a shovel, edger, or spade cut into the lawn along the border where you want the edging.

Make the cut approximately 4 to 6 inches deep and 4 to 6 inches wide.

Pile the mulch into the garden bed allowing it to taper off into the trench you just created. It will make a sharper line that will be very easy to mow around.