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Yes, it's very similar to it. I put it on a walkway to my front door, holdinging gravel away from my flower beds that have bark dust. However, I am very disappointed by the way it expands in sunny weather. It looks awful in the heat, then it shrinks when it cools down. I wouldn't install it again. I'd spend the extra … see more Yes, it's very similar to it. I put it on a walkway to my front door, holdinging gravel away from my flower beds that have bark dust. However, I am very disappointed by the way it expands in sunny weather. It looks awful in the heat, then it shrinks when it cools down. I wouldn't install it again. I'd spend the extra money on thicker product. see less Yes, it's very similar to it. I put it on a walkway to my front door, holdinging gravel away from my flower beds that have bark dust. However, I am very disappointed by the way it expands in sunny weather. It looks awful in the heat, then it shrinks when it cools down. I wouldn't install it again. I'd spend the extra money on thicker product.
Scolpitts
· October 16, 2016
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Yes, more or less. The ends can be overlapped so the holes for the stakes are aligned. Then one stake will keep the two pieces together.
lovecookin'
· May 14, 2016
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I'm not sure about the Virgo brand but this edging is 1.5 inches high.
Anonymous
· July 17, 2016
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It one 100' lenght
Ray
· March 5, 2016
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Yes
Sandy
· November 30, 2014
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Suggest you use more stakes and maybe add some extra staples to ensure a secure edge thus prevent the chance to heave.
B. Schumann
· August 31, 2019
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I used this in an area of hard clay soil covered with lava rock, where nothing has grown for about 5 years. I wanted to add some decorative sections with iceplant and small succulents. I used flat shovel to remove lava rock from places I wanted to put plants (there was also double layer of landscape cloth under rocks t… see more I used this in an area of hard clay soil covered with lava rock, where nothing has grown for about 5 years. I wanted to add some decorative sections with iceplant and small succulents. I used flat shovel to remove lava rock from places I wanted to put plants (there was also double layer of landscape cloth under rocks that I cut out of planting areas), and used an electric screwdriver with long drill bit in dirt before inserting stakes. Then used rubber mallet to pound them in. Worked well. see less I used this in an area of hard clay soil covered with lava rock, where nothing has grown for about 5 years. I wanted to add some decorative sections with iceplant and small succulents. I used flat shovel to remove lava rock from places I wanted to put plants (there was also double layer of landscape cloth under rocks that I cut out of planting areas), and used an electric screwdriver with long drill bit in dirt before inserting stakes. Then used rubber mallet to pound them in. Worked well.
Jean
· May 28, 2016
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Yes
Ray Breneman
· April 26, 2014
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I would not drive over it!
Ronald Fischer
· March 14, 2016
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The spikes are strong but they won't go through rocks. But I would expect them to go through clay soil. Use a rubber mallet. You will need to find the spike holes that will miss the rocks or remove the rocks if they aren't too large.
Ruth S. Veleber
· October 14, 2016