It's my 2nd year in the biz, and I'm becoming quite annoyed with grass growing sideways out of the edge of garden beds. I've been reading some threads about dealing with this, and there seem to be 3 options: stick edger, trimmer with edgit, and running trimmer vertically. I've tried running the trimmer vertically, but have trouble with coming out of the edge (ugly results), and many beds have overhanging plants/flowers that customers don't want cut off. It seems that the edgit would fix coming out of the bed, but not solve the problem of the overhanging plants. Also, many of my customers have stone walls that need trimming and I'm concerned that the edgit would make this difficult because of the nooks and crannies I need to get into. I'm hesitant to get a stick edger because this is a rural area and I have zero accounts that have sidewalks. Also, I'd like to be able to clean the bed edges and trim without having to make a trip back to the truck. Speaking of which, are you guys that trim vertically or with an edgit trimming beds twice--once horizontally and once vertically? One last question--most of my accounts have a separate company maintain their gardens. Whose responsibility is it to maintain that edge, mine or the gardeners? Any thoughts and/or helpful hints would be appreciated.