garden arch

garden arch

An archway in a garden, often of lattice construction, that serves as a decorative structure on which to grow vines, roses, or other climbing plants.
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arch: Grange urban garden arch, Greenfingers, www.greenfingers.com, PS149.99
Loughborough Flower Lovers' Club demonstration by Sue Smithson, entitled 'Through the Garden Arch'.
A garden arch, covered with black toile and craft butterflies, framed the view toward La Melia's painting, Yellow Mistral, 2016-17.
Secret Diner's Verdict (out of 5 stars) Food Service Ambience The Herb Garden Arch 8 Westgate Road Newcastle NE1 1SA 0191 222 0491 www.theherbgardenuk.com Open daily 11.30am till close DEAR SECRET DINER...
Damage caused to metal garden arch and valve covers stolen from vehicle.
Whitchurch Community Playgroup applied for a slice of Brace's Bread for the Community Fund and were delighted when their application was supported by purchasing a variety of gardening equipment including pots, compost, and a garden arch.
Larger garden projects that last a lifetime (literally) also offer imaginative solutions - a shed, summerhouse or home office that won't require any treatment or preservatives, or an interesting and unusual garden arch as an entrance to the garden.
Q IT'S my parents' golden wedding anniversary and we are giving them a garden arch. Can you think of a gold plant that I can give them?
THE next meeting of Loughborough Flower Lovers' Club on Thursday, May 17, will feature a demonstration by Sue Smithson from Banbury, entitled 'Through the Garden Arch', which promises to be truly inspirational.
A garden arch, pergola or arbour looks wonderful when planted up with one or more roses, providing colour and perfume all in one go.
See our Bargain Of The Week metal garden arch for just pounds 9.99 on Page 18.