Dura Edge Steel Garden Edging

Steel Landscape Garden Edging – Control Your Edge

Dura Edge Steel Garden Edging® is the permanent solution to the age-old problem of maintaining neat edges for lawns, driveways, path edges and flower beds. Dura Edge is very simple to install, it is weather-resistant and maintenance-free. Most importantly, it can be mown over, eliminating the usual time-consuming and back-breaking effort of achieving neat edging manually.



Dura Edge is extremely versatile. It can be used in a variety of soil conditions and border, drive and path edging applications. Because of the gauge and nature of the steel, Dura Edge can simply be bent to form any curve or corner required.


Durable Quality

Dura Edge is engineered from 1.6 mm gauge galvanised steel manufactured to ASTM A653 standard. Each 1.2 m section features a unique patented locking/unlocking system. 2.5 mm thick gauge is available for heavy duty applications, i.e. where motor vehicle use is applicable such as driveways. Also available in powder coated brown to standard SABS 1578 approval.


Easy to install

Curves easily without kinking

Interlocking ends

Hot dip galvanised heavy duty steel

Powder coated brown

Available in 1.2 m lengths

Available in 3 heights: 75 mm, 100 mm and 125 mm

Anchoring pins manufactured from galvanized steel anchoring pins for long term durability and strength

Anchoring pins manufactured from galvanized steel anchoring pins for long term durability and strength

Anchoring pins available in 3 lengths:

  • Standard length of 250 mm for normal soil conditions
  • Extra length of 350mm for soft soil conditions
  • Short length of 200mm for hard / rocky ground

Why Dura Edge?

  • Edging permanently defines the landscape bed, so that continual reshaping of the bed is virtually eliminated.
  • Significant savings in maintenance expenses will be achieved as landscape edging eliminates the continual spading of the bed edge.
  • Edging assures crisp, clean lines will be maintained throughout the landscape bed, ensuring the original design intent is maintained.
  • Edging blends architectural details with the landscape beds, building a properly designed and balanced landscape.
  • A landscape is truly defined by proper separation of lawn, flowerbeds and aggregates and edging will achieve those goals.
  • When various aggregates are used in a contained area, edging is the only way to assure a permanent separation.
  • Dura Edge steel landscape edging gives clarity and significantly increases the level of visual aesthetics and adds value to the business or residence.

Dura Edge – Elite

Dura Edge – Elite

Manufactured from Corten Steel (the weathering steel). Corten is the hippest, coolest, trendiest, most avant-garde material being used today by landscape architects who design cutting-edge gardens; by artists for public works of sculpture (especially for urban green-spaces); and by architects and engineers for everything from floors and bridges to the cladding of entire buildings.

Available in 1.6 mm and 2 mm gauge

Available in heights of 75 mm, 100 mm and 125 mm

Weathered rusty patina

Last a lifetime

Be the envy of your neighbours with this hip, cool and avant garde material.

Why is corten steel suddenly so popular everywhere?

Well, primarily it all has to do with the steel’s ability to change colour and develop an attractive, weathered rusty patina when left exposed to the air over time.

It’s unique look and naturally oxidising finish make it especially desirable for many architectural projects. Weathering steel developed to obviate the need for painting, and form a stable rust-like appearance if exposed to the weather for several years. Weathering steel has increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion when compared to other steels. COR-TEN® resists the corrosive effects of rain, snow, ice, fog, and other meteorological conditions by forming a coating of dark brown oxidation over the metal, which inhibits deeper penetration and negates the need for painting and costly rust-prevention maintenance over the years. In simple terms the steel is allowed to rust and that rust forms a protective coating that slows the rate of future corrosion.

Weathering steel never completely stops rusting. The weathering process occurs after the panel is installed. It eventually decreases and from that point on the finish acts as a protective coating for the base metal.This protective coating essentially stops the corrosion.