Freestanding flower circles

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An eyecatching and contemporary design that once assembled can be placed anywhere in the garden. It is a great way to frame a view or focal point. It looks really effective when placed over a path, which will lead the eye onwards, but palce it around a specimen plant in your border and it will really make a feature of it.

Made from pressure treated planed timber with a pale green finish. It comes in a flat-pack and once assembled it can be used as it is, or coloured to your own personal taste. You will receive two circles in each kitthat make one arch - Photogrpah shows two arches

Measures (when assembled): 2.26m tall x 2.31m wide x 0.27m deep

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    Climbing roses for an arch

    Good Morning, Very shortly I will be installing a garden arch. I plan to plant Rosa 'Zephirine Drouhin' to climb over this arch. Would you advise planting a rose each side of the arch. Many thanks, Roger
    Asked on 4/16/2010 by Roger Pirrie

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      Hello Roger, It is possible to bend the plant over the top of the arch, but the rose will not grow all the way down the other side of the arch, so if you want the base and other side covered, then you will need two roses. Keep in mind though that this rose can grow to 3m tall, so you will need a large, sturdy arch. I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

      Answered on 4/16/2010 by Crocus Helpdesk
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