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Buy Easy arch: <br><ul><strong><li>Robust powder-coated steel</li><li>Adds height and interest</li><li>Easy step-by-step instructions</li></strong></ul><br>Frame entrances, pathways and vistas with this great value full height arch.<br><br>Made from black powder-coated tubular steel, the sturdy arch provides decorative support for climbing plants like honeysuckle, rose and clematis.<br><br>An individual arch makes an eye-catching standalone feature, or you can position several in a row to create a beautiful shady walkway.<br><br> Easy assembly with step-by-step instructions. <br><br>Measurements (above ground):<br>H200cm x W140cm x D37cm


  • Robust powder-coated steel
  • Adds height and interest
  • Easy step-by-step instructions

Frame entrances, pathways and vistas with this great value full height arch.

Made from black powder-coated tubular steel, the sturdy arch provides decorative support for climbing plants like honeysuckle, rose and clematis.

An individual arch makes an eye-catching standalone feature, or you can position several in a row to create a beautiful shady walkway.

Easy assembly with step-by-step instructions.

Measurements (above ground):
H200cm x W140cm x D37cm

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Best arch for any size garden

5

This garden arch is easy to erect and is lightweight but strong enough to grow climbing roses through. The arch makes a lovely addition to my small garden.

J the gardener

Wiltshire

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Just what I wanted!!

5

I did on my own. Bit fiddly but seems robust and just what I need for clematis

Joy in garden

Manchester

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Very pleased with this

5

I bought this when it was on offer. The instructions were clear and it was very easy to assemble. I am training clematis up it presently. The arch is more robust than I expected so very pleased.

sues29

Bristol

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Really easy to put up

3

This arch was super easy to put up with really clear instructions. Unfortunately I live near to the sea and it became rusty within a year. Also due to my garden being a bit of a wind tunnel it blew over and bent. I would recommend painting the arch just after putting it in place and positioning it somewhere no to windy.

Gardenfarm

Bridport

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Yes

5

use for climbing plants

Dave

South Coast

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Easy arch

5

Like your company and useful information

Active Anthea

Norfolk

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Would this arch stand up to strong winds please.

gardenaholic

Hi, In our experience, these stand up remarkably well to strong winds. They push into the ground and there they remain - even survived Storm Doris! Hope this helps!

Andy

Hi, is there trellis at the side of the arch? If not, what would you recommend to attach to the sides for further support please?

Daisy

Hello! There is no trellis on the side of the arch, but you could use some garden netting or mesh fixed with some plant ties for extra support, depending on how heavy duty you want the additional support to be. Hope this helps!

Andy

Hi, is this arch strong enough to support star jasmine? or which climber would you suggest is best for this arch?

Dena

Hello, Keeping in mind that the star jasmine has an eventual height of around 9m, this arch is better suited to more compact climbers.

Helen

I have noted from your previous answers that the arch probably is not sturdy enough to support a vigorous rambling rose. Would it make any difference if I am planning to position the arch next to a well established tree with the plan to train a rambler from the far side of the arch, over the top and up the tree?

Susanne

Hello, Yes, if the arch is not going to have to support the full weight of a large climber, and is really only acting as a go-between, then yes it should be OK.

Helen

How wide is this please? I want to make a tunnel along the length of a path and need to know how many to get.

Helen

Hello, This arch measures 200cm high, 140cm wide and D37cm deep.

Helen

Hi,just wondering how the Easy Arch is put together, i.e. how are the right angles held together ? I've noted that the main structure is steel tube, but are pieces slotted into each other or are plastic joints used Many thanks

Jonesy

Hello, the steel tubes slot into one another and are secured by metal screws. I hope this helps.

Product Buyer

I would like to gorow an evergreen plant over this arch, preferably an attractive one ,with scent, quick growing to act as a scene at the bottom of my garden., good light and soil. Any suggestions please.

Rose

Hello, You will want something relatively compact, so I would recommend something like Clematis cirrhosa var. balearica - please click on the following link to go straight to it. http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/clematis-cirrhosa-var-balearica/classid.871/

Helen

Is arch made from tube or solid steel, how long is the spike that anchors it.

Boatshed

To secure this arch the bottom poles for the arch will need to be pushed into the ground approximately 40cm deep. It is made from black powder coated tubular steel rather than solid steel.

Product Buyer, Crocus

How long are the spikes that go into the ground, is the arch made of solid steel?

shipmate

To secure this arch the bottom poles for the arch will need to be pushed into the ground approximately 40cm deep. It is made from black powder coated tubular steel rather than solid steel.

Product Buyer, Crocus

What material is the arch made from. Secondly, can it be anchored to a paved area and if so how?

Theresa

This arch is made from black powder coated tubular steel. It is simply designed to be pushed into soft ground so it cannot be secured to a paved area unfortunately.

Product Buyer, Crocus

Planting climbers

The secret of success when planting a climber is to make sure that the soil is in good heart and the roots are set away from the dry conditions found at the base of a wall. After planting, I also suggest that you cover the surface of the soil with a mulch

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