Instructions: To maintain a flower bed, place the Kwik Edge in the bottom of the edge with the horizontal and vertical blades facing you. Pull the Kwik Edge toward you as you walk backwards to cut and clean the edge. Repeat this process twice a month or as needed
Design allows you to eliminate invading grass, cut out roots, and groom your soil
Good for use by both left- and right-handed people
Vertical and horizontal blades cut the grassroots that are invading the flower bed
Back side of the Kwik Edge is curved to direct the soil back into the bed
Works well with flower beds bordered by concrete, pavers, or other solid materials
Easy to handle and lightweight
Made in China
Toon wood, A36 mild steel with black powder coating
Helps maintain neat garden bed edges · Trims grass, cuts roots, and grooms soil in one motion
Maintain garden edges with a manual lawn edger. This tool makes it easy to get a manicured look out in the yard—one motion is all it takes to trim the invading grass edge, cut the roots, and groom soil back into beds. Works well with flower beds (including those bordered by concrete or pavers), walkways and more.
Creating garden tools was a natural fit for Kwik Edge 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 the edging tool once he retired. It 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. For crowded beds and in planters, Wilson’s hand tools work like a traditional hoe, but with more precision and control. Use the Mini or the smaller Buddy to cultivate flower beds, prep seed rows, and weed. Who knew it could be so easy—and so satisfying—to spruce up your garden