Kwik Edge

Clean Edges

Creating a garden edger was a natural fit for Maker Wilson Svedin. This avid gardener was often complimented on his beautiful landscaping, particularly the well-manicured edges. The secret to Wilson's success was an early prototype of what would evolve into Kwik Edge once he retired. Kwik Edge works in three ways at once to fight invading grass. It's a simple but smart solution to taming garden bed edges, walkways, and other spots in the yard. Blades trim the grass and cut the roots, and a curved edge grooms the soil back into the bed, all in one quick, fluid motion. It also works well with beds bordered by things like concrete or pavers. Who knew it could be so easy—and so satisfying—to spruce up your garden?

Kwik Edge

Garden Edger

Clean Edges

Creating a garden edger was a natural fit for Maker Wilson Svedin. This avid gardener was often complimented on his beautiful landscaping, particularly the well-manicured edges. The secret to Wilson's success was an early prototype of what would evolve into Kwik Edge once he retired. Kwik Edge works in three ways at once to fight invading grass. It's a simple but smart solution to taming garden bed edges, walkways, and other spots in the yard. Blades trim the grass and cut the roots, and a curved edge grooms the soil back into the bed, all in one quick, fluid motion. It also works well with beds bordered by things like concrete or pavers. Who knew it could be so easy—and so satisfying—to spruce up your garden?
Kwik Edge
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Quick Questions

How does the Kwik Edge work?

When you pull Kwik Edge towards you, the vertical and horizontal blades will trim invading grass and cut the roots. The tool's curved edge grooms soil back into the bed at the same time.

Can the Kwik Edge be used with a flower bed bordered by concrete?

Yes, the Kwik Edge is also useful where a flower bed is bordered by concrete, pavers, or other solid materials. It cuts away grass and weeds hugging the hard surface and directs the soil into the bed leaving a clean uniform drip edge.

Learn more about the product

Garden Edger see details

Kwik Edge

Garden Edger

Clean Edges

Creating a garden edger was a natural fit for Maker Wilson Svedin. This avid gardener was often complimented on his beautiful landscaping, particularly the well-manicured edges. The secret to Wilson's success was an early prototype of what would evolve into Kwik Edge once he retired.

Kwik Edge works in three ways at once to
fight invading grass. It's a simple but smart solution to taming garden bed edges, walkways, and other spots in the yard. Blades trim the grass and cut the roots, and a curved edge grooms the soil back into the bed, all in one quick, fluid motion. It also works well with beds bordered by things like concrete or pavers. Who knew it could be so easy—and so satisfying—to spruce up your garden? Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

How does the Kwik Edge work?

When you pull Kwik Edge towards you, the vertical and horizontal blades will trim invading grass and cut the roots. The tool's curved edge grooms soil back into the bed at the same time.

Can the Kwik Edge be used with a flower bed bordered by concrete?

Yes, the Kwik Edge is also useful where a flower bed is bordered by concrete, pavers, or other solid materials. It cuts away grass and weeds hugging the hard surface and directs the soil into the bed leaving a clean uniform drip edge.

Learn more about the product

Garden Edger see details