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Corrugated Metal Landscape Edging - Scratch & Dent

Corrugated Metal Landscape Edging - Scratch & Dent

Regular price $14.98 USD
Regular price $25.99 USD Sale price $14.98 USD
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These items are products that didn't meet our standards. Scratches, dents, damages and returns - our garage sale items give you a great deal on our popular products with blemishes.

No returns or exchanges. These are sold as-is. No additional discounts apply.


Long strips of steel metal landscape edging with hemmed edges provide style and safety for gardens, lawns and flower beds. Add rustic, industrial contrast with these corrugated metal garden edging. 

Visit our gallery for examples of how metal landscape edging is being used in gardens and lawns. 

About Corrugated Steel Landscaping Edging

  • Price listed includes one piece of garden edging (select size above)
  • Available in all three Colorado Rustic Patinas
  • Approximately 10’ in length
  • Hemmed edges provide a softer, safer product
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee with all Dakota Tin products. You'll find exceptional customer service from an all-American company.100% Satisfaction guarantee
  • **Real metal edging - leather gloves required**
  • Stakes and screws are not included.
  • Garden Edging Installation Instructions

Why Colorado Rustic Steel Garden Edging products are so unique

After receiving customer feedback about the need for a more consistent, yet still rustic feel free of nail holes or warps, Dakota Tin introduced the Colorado Rustic Steel collection in 2019.

    Corrugated Metal Landscape Edging Style Options

    All of the patterns or styles from the Colorado Rustic Collection have a more consistent, uniform color pattern and have less contrast compared to the Dakota Tin Collection.

    • Rusted: Pre-rusted and created with an all-natural, accelerated rust treatment. Because the solution is spray applied, rust is more evenly distributed, the result is a more even coat of copper rust color, but still with small variations of blues and greys that you’d get from the antique galvanized style. 
      • We start the rusting process, but if you'd still like more rust, learn how to increase the amount of rust here.
      • We recommend sealing this style with a clear coat, as the rust finish can rub off. Here is how to clear coat Rusted products.
      • We do not recommend burying the rusted edging in the ground, as various soil types reduce the life expectancy of the material.
    • Galvalume: New galvanized steel, light silver, semi-sheen. NO RUST or color variation.
    • Antique: Antiqued steel, dark grey look, weathered, flat texture. NO RUST or color variation.
      • Finish wears with time (can produce white rust with exposure to moisture), will continue to age with exposure and may scratch.
      • We recommend sealing this style with a clear coat for high-wear areas or where oils can get splattered, since it has a more porous surface.


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 51 reviews
    Stephen Reese (Scio, US)
    Great edging at a great price

    My goal is to keep the fescue grass out of my peony beds so I purchased the scratch and dent edging at a discount because most of the 8” width would be buried, the product I received was almost pristine just a couple of scratches, pounded the edging in without issues and really like the rolled edges which make it easy to handle. I plan to buy a lot more if it keeps that pesky grass from migrating 🤞😀

    Melanie Martinez (Tangent, US)
    Great edging!

    I have used this corrugated metal edging from Dakota Tin for several projects in my yard and have always found it to be a consistent, reliable product for planters and edging.

    Patrick Gadut (Sierra Madre, US)
    very good product.

    product was used as roofing on a mailbox, worked perfectly!
    also a very good price!

    Tina (Clifton Heights, US)
    Nice Tin!

    I love the tin. It will make interesting curving shapes in my garden. The tin pieces aren't as rough as I thought. It will hold up well outside for a long time. Edges are not sharp either. I also appreciate the instructions/ideas for setting up the garden beds.