Jyotsna Nitika. pergola. May 17th , 2017.
Arbors and pergolas can be designed and constructed on your own, or they can easily be purchased as completed units or ready to assemble DIY kits. If you decide to purchase a kit, you may find that online specialty stores and mail order catalogs have a better selection than your local garden center or nursery. If you decide that an arbor or pergola isn't the right element for your landscape design, you might want to consider other types of structures such as trellises, gazebos, or lath houses.
Traditionally, the gazebos are octagon, providing a Victorian or Colonial feel the design. The size youre looking for will be dependent on how you plan to use the gazebo. Smaller structures work well for small ceremonies in which the wedding party uses the shelter as a focal point. But, larger gazebos can cover whole receptions.
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Another fine feature of the pergola is its height. It allows you to grow your garden vertically providing another layer for your garden palette. The pergola also serves as a great spot for hanging flower baskets, garden tea lights or lanterns. If your pergola is on a deck or patio, huge planters can be placed near the posts for trailing vines.
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