To Make Your Lawn Attractive You Must Edge It Evenly
AN improvement on the ordinary lawn edger has been invented by Christian L. Schneider, of Davenport, Ia. It not only edges the lawn neatly but cuts a trough at the same time at a regulated depth.
The edger consists of a J-shaped knife carried on an arm which adjusts it to any height. One of the wheels of the edger runs on the path surrounding the lawn, with its outer
flange pressed against the asphalt so as to insure a straight line. The other wheel is arranged so that it will keep parallel with the wheel on the path, whatever irregulari ties may occur in the lawn over which it travels. This makes it easy to push and insures a straight edge.