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Buy Gothic arch: <ul><strong><li>Robust and strong </li><li>Easy assembly</li><li>Includes ground hole maker</li></strong></ul><br>Add a new dimension to your garden with this striking Gothic arch. Cover with fragrant climbers to transform an entrance, create a new feature or frame an existing focal point like a statue or sundial.<br><br>With a classic church window design, the arch is made from robust steel with a matt black polyester coating to resemble traditional wrought iron.<br><br>Though strong and durable, its elegant proportions make it best suited to lighter-weight climbers and smaller climbing roses. <br><br>Quick and easy to assemble, the arch is supplied with a ground hole maker, fixings and full instructions.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W140cm x H295cm x D47cm (includes 38cm ground spikes)

  • Robust and strong
  • Easy assembly
  • Includes ground hole maker

Add a new dimension to your garden with this striking Gothic arch. Cover with fragrant climbers to transform an entrance, create a new feature or frame an existing focal point like a statue or sundial.

With a classic church window design, the arch is made from robust steel with a matt black polyester coating to resemble traditional wrought iron.

Though strong and durable, its elegant proportions make it best suited to lighter-weight climbers and smaller climbing roses.

Quick and easy to assemble, the arch is supplied with a ground hole maker, fixings and full instructions.

Measurements:
W140cm x H295cm x D47cm (includes 38cm ground spikes)

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Looked beautiful but shoddy construction

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The screws provided did not have holes to screw into; the arch is just held together by pressure. The arch was extremely flimsy and the finials are just moulded plastic; lift it up and it all falls apart. I ended up throwing it away and buying a stronger arch with proper connections, a pity because it was very attractive.

Joanna

Crewe

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Did its job splendidly

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We bought this archway at least 10 years ago and although fiddly to put together, we followed the instructions to the letter and put the joint covers exactly where instructed. Despite that, we happily grew a lovely jasmine up one side and a honeysuckle up the other. It has taken 10 years for this frame to finally fail. Yes, it was put directly into the earth and this is where the rust eventually 'got it'. I'd recommend this item most happily and hope that whoever buys it will get as much pleasure from the plants it holds as we have done.

KittensMummy

Plymstock

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difficult to assemble

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The design of this is not satisfactory,i was instructed to put the arch together then simply put into the soil.As the parts are not screwed together it all drops apart when you lift it off the ground!

sassy

devon

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Gothic arch

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How much of the 295cm is supposed to go into the ground? and so therefore how tall is the arch once in place? Thank you.

Flowerpower

Hello there The spikes are 38cm long. The arch height of 295cm, does not include the spikes. Hope this helps

Georgina

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

Roger Pirrie

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

Crocus Helpdesk

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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