Rajya Maureen. pergola. August 18th , 2017.
- Our very own mesh fence come in three varieties. This is the type of fence that needs help when used in parking applications.
The fence is made from galvanized steel and is resistant to corrosive damage. A correctly installed, high quality woven wire fence manufactured from high tensile steel can last for more than 40 years depending on the quality and treatment of the fence posts used; this vastly reduces maintenance and repair costs compared with using a lower quality or badly installed fence.
Another consideration that will play into your design choice is whether the arbor or pergola will serve a functional purpose. Arbors and pergolas can be merely aesthetic design elements, placed in the corner of a yard or garden simply because they are visually pleasing. On the other hand, if you design them correctly, they can also provide an excellent support for climbing plants and vines. Consider designing an arbor or pergola with horizontal pieces beginning close to the ground and continuing upward. Climbing plants such as morning glory, trumpet vine, and clematis will quickly make the structure their new home, adding another dimension of beauty. Arbors and pergolas can also be used to shade a patio or walkway. If you build a structure large enough to span a deck or patio, consider planting grapes or some other vine that will quickly encompass the structure, as this will help shade the area underneath. Arbors and pergolas can also be designed with garden benches or swings underneath to provide an additional seating area in the yard.
Another design that can be used is the use of clinging vines that would climb up and cover the wrought iron fence. In this manner, many flowering plants such as orchids would be given the opportunity to thrive as they hang in their natural habitat. By providing these kinds of plants a replacement to trees, the wrought iron fence can provide these kinds of plants the stability to grow their roots into.
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