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COL-MET Steel Tree Ring Section, Green

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$ 12.97
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# 14TRS
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Weight: 4.00 lbs

Perfect for trees or circular planting beds!

COL-MET Tree Ring Sections feature a durable 14-gauge steel construction. COL-MET applies a green powder-coat to each section. Each 48-inch section includes three snap-apart stakes.

These tree ring sections are perfect for edging around trees. They are also ideal for protecting circular planting areas. By combining multiple pieces, you can make rings from 3 to 5 feet in diameter.

COL-MET engineers their edging to be incredibly long-lasting. It resists damage caused by equipment like string trimmers or mowers. The durable steel material survives years of abuse in any weather!

We sell these as an individual piece of edging. To create a full circle, you need at least three pieces. Four sections make a 4-foot ring, and five sections make a 5-foot ring. COL-MET pre-curves this edging, so when making 4-foot and 5-foot rings, you need to straighten the pieces slightly.


  • Material: Steel
  • Thickness (gauge): 14
  • Color: Green
  • Length (inches): 48
  • Height (inches): 4
  • Stake material: Steel
  • Stakes included: 3

Product Features

  • Tree ring edging section
  • Powder-coated steel construction
  • Includes stakes for installation

Product Benefits

  • Perfect for trees or circular beds
  • Combine multiple pieces for larger diameter rings
  • Durable steel material survives years of abuse
  • Resists damage caused by weather and equipment


    <B>Question:</B> How many pieces of edging do I need?<B>Answer:</B> You need at least three pieces of edging to create a full circle. Three pieces for a 3-foot ring, four for a 4-foot ring, or five for a 5-foot ring.<B>Question:</B>How do I know how much I need to straighten the pieces for a larger diameter ring?<B>Answer:</B> We recommend that you make a circle with a hose or a piece of rope. This will give you an idea of how much you need to straighten each section.

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

5 Stars

High Quality Tree Rings Terry from TX wrote December 20, 2018

My experience with these tree rings is that they last for decades. They are made from good quality steel and they are thick enough to resist crushing by lawn mowers.

3 Stars

Only for 3-foot circle. Tree Ringer from NY wrote July 13, 2014

These are designed for a 3-foot circle and will not make an even, continuous 5-foot circle. The arc is wrong and even with additional sections, they do not simply bend to make a larger circle. I purchased 5 sections to make a 5-foot circle but they were unusable at that diameter. Other than that, they seemed solid and well-made.

4 Stars

Great Product Larry from NC wrote April 18, 2014

Easy assemply, quick to install and keeps the mulch around the tree and out of the yard! Definetly recommend this product to dress up your landscaping.

3 Stars

Misleading Dissatisfied buyer from PA wrote April 15, 2012

BUYER BEWARE! When I purchased this product, I assumed (we all know the saying there) for $10.49 you received a kit and could choose what to use out of the kit to form a 3', 4', or 5' circle around the tree. However, if you buy just one that only forms 1/3 of a 3' circle, which would do absoulutely nothing for you. Therefore you have to purchase three to make one 3' circle! After rereading more carefully I see they have all the proper wording and it was my mistake. However, AMLeonard, I believe it would be much more consumer friendly to just write 3'=$31.47 4'=$41.96 5'=$52.45 and write discounted bulk buying amounts as well. Don't get me wrong though people, the quality of this prodcut is second to none. In the end it was my fault, but I think AM could do a better job of simplifying things.

A.M. Leonard: We have contacted the customer and are working together to solve the problem; and working towards an improved buyer experience.

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