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Oly-Ola updates landscaping edging product

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The Super-Edg has more staking slots.

| June 22, 2011

VILLA PARK, Ill. – Oly-Ola Edgings, a producer of U.S.-made premium grade commercial paver restraints and landscape edgings, has added more pre-cut staking slots to its 100 foot  Super-Edg Landscape Edging Rolls. The additional staking slots are pre-cut into the edging every two feet. The increase in pre-cut slots gives landscape contractors more options and the flexibility to decide where to place stakes depending on specific project needs.

Oly-Ola provides 25 stakes and two connectors in their 100-foot Super-Edg Roll package. To securely hold more elaborate installations and designs with lots of joints and curves, Oly-Ola recommends using extra stakes.

Oly-Ola’s Super-Edg is constructed of 100 percent recycled poly/vinyl material and provides a strong and durable landscape border that is virtually invisible. Super-Edg has the look of metal but is safer-to-use and easier to install and transport.

Super-Edg landscape edging’s 6-inch-deep low profile design creates a distinct border that enhances the landscape design, never creating a distraction from the finished design. Super-Edg landscape edging can be used in multiple applications: defining landscape beds, forming and containing creatively shaped logos and landscape designs, edging flowerbeds, maintaining fence bases, and separating dirt, debris and water from walkways.

Super-Edg Roll is sold exclusively through landscape distribution centers, landscape contractors, independent nurseries and garden centers.
 
 

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