Another bittersweet arbor. Pretty thick commanding looking though. I imagine you want something more refined and delicate.
Bittersweet arbor - takes years to grow this thick, but worth the wait!
This arbor, made from bittersweet vine, is a unique and beautiful way to deliniate areas of your yard. Would be a great hideout/fort for a child or a secret garden. I think I need one for a shade garden.
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Handcrafted Vine Arbor ... Right out of a movie isn't it ? how stunning is this ...
Rustic arbor leading into woodland garden - Tap The Link Now To Find Decor That Make Your House Awesome
A naturalistic rustic arbor is no gate or threshold, just an opening that you pass through. It serves as a visual cue that you are entering a special place. In this case, it leads into a magic woodland garden.
Rustic arbor like this one needed for pollinary park
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I am taking alder trees down this week and I will try to construct garden art along these lines in order to re-purpose the wood.better than buying lumber.might alsw be able to rethink the use of grapevines also!
Create a View! This simple pergola creates a view that gives this small front yard a grand feel. Arbors and pergolas are great ways to frame a view, but you can do the same with shrubs, small trees, or even pieces of garden art.
Arch with birds Question, is this arch living? I have one in my yard that looks very similar. I just climbed a ladder and tied two trees together in a few places to form an arch and voila! A living arch, with birds sometimes.
Instant protection for perennials -- Don’t watch on as just planted perennials get trampled or suffer broken stems! With just a handful of pliable branches, you can make easy, long-lasting coverage for new growth. Great idea for peonies too!