EverEdge Classic Tree Rings

Item Number: EEAG

Details


Please note that different diameter tree rings or multiple packages of the same size CANNOT be combined to create a larger diameter!


EverEdge Classic Tree Rings come in two, three, four, or five pre-curved sections that bolt together to form a perfect circle. It's the same material and design as our Classic EverEdge lawn edging.

To use, cut a hole in your grass and tap the metal Tree Ring into place. Keeps tree trunk safe from mower and nylon cord damage.

The Galvanized EverEdge ring stays firmly in place with gripping spikes.

You can mow right over the edge for a look that's always tidy, while protecting your trees.

3" edging with 3" spikes.
6" deep overall. 1.6mm thick

Four Sizes Available:

24" Diameter 2-piece Tree Ring

35" Diameter 3-piece Tree Ring (shown below)

48" Diameter 4-piece Tree Ring

60" Diameter 5-piece Tree Ring


Videos





Watch this video about Tree Ring Installation

Reviews


Nice product, and good customer service
Mar 23, 2021 | Heather K
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The tree rings are good quality, and the customer service is very good. Was missing some hardware (bolts), and customer service responded very quickly, and shipped them out immediately.

It was exactly what I needed
Feb 7, 2021 | Dan
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The ring is quite durable & easy to install. The width is perfect so you get enough material in the ground & still have some to work with. The ground was soft enough that I could tap it in with a rubber mallet. I would definitely recommend this product.

Attractive and functional
Nov 20, 2020 | Frances
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This EverEdge Classic Tree Ring worked out very well, and it was easier to bolt together and place than I was anticipating. I'm very happy with it.

Tree rings
Oct 28, 2020 | Josie
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I was not happy the metal seemed cheap and not sturdy,

Tree Rings make plantings look Professional
Sep 24, 2020 | George A Bock
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The hardest part of installing these rings, it to measure your "circle" first, then dig the edge where you want it to go. Once that is done, the ring parts go together easily, and placing & pounding it in is a "snap", especially if you have a helper!

Perfect!
Aug 12, 2020 | Erin Lim
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I wanted to redo my garden and this time make everything a bit more permanent. I planted a Japanese Maple tree inside the ring and looks great. Very sturdy.

Tree Ring
Jul 21, 2020 | Betty Jo Gautreaux
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Love it! So easy to install. Planning on ordering the edging too!

Tree Ring
Jul 21, 2020 | Betty Jo Gautreaux
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Love it! So easy to install. Planning on ordering the edging too!

Great product
Jul 12, 2020 | Kathie
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I bought the ever edge lawn edging a few years ago and am very happy with it. I agree with the commenter who said have an extra pair of hands to help unless your installation is completely straightforward. Anyway I Planted a couple of pear trees in the lawn this spring, initially dug out a circle of sod and placed mulch but it got messy in very short order, mulch sliding into the grass, getting munched in the mower. I remembered these tree rings! They were back ordered so I had to wait. Just got them installed last night and couldn't be more pleased. I love that they bolt together. I would have liked that with the lawn edging too. My one issue with the edging is that when pounding in successive sections, the previous section sometimes pops apart. The tree ring doesn't do that. Bravo!

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