EverEdge is very easy to bend or flex to form any angle or curve. The lengths are simply held at each end and pushed towards each other by hand to form the curves. When forming a sweeping curve out of a number of EverEdge length it is useful to join a few lengths together, flex them in to shape and then sit them in the ground a few millimetres and move them until the required shape has been achieved and then hammer them fully into position.
Angles can be formed by either bending the piece over any right angle (edge of a table, work bench, etc) or placing a piece of timber over the top and pulling the length up. Once an angle has been started the length of EverEdge can be further bent by hand to any angle. Angles can only be formed at any place along the length of each piece of EverEdge and not at the ends where the two pieces overlap to form the join.
For more information see the EverEdge installation video.