Use a hack saw or angle grinder to cut the last piece to the desired size. Smooth off any rough edges. Alternatively, we can cut to size when you order.
Work out where the pegs are going. The number of pegs you need will vary from every 1m up to 3m depending on the stability of the edging. Factors include how much of the edging is buried in the soil and if the length is to be straight, or if curved, how tight the radius is. Usually every 2m is sufficient.
Hammer in the pegs. Place the peg into the ground as close as possible to the edging and knock into the ground with a hammer or mallet. Use the wider joiner pegs to overlap the strips. For powder coated product use a cloth over the peg to protect the finish.
The final step is to back fill the soil against the edging. And you’re finished!