Category Archives: Pergola and Trellis FAQs

Add Style to Your Pergola

Pergolas are a shady, garden structure whose beginnings date back to ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, and were common features in early Renaissance gardens throughout Europe. Their primary purpose was to provide shade on walkways, terraces, or pools. The earlier versions were often constructed from stone pillars with wooden cross-beams with a lattice roof. It was common to see ivy, grapevines, or other climbing plants winding around the wood, and filling the open spaces between the lattice. Today they are often constructed from pressure-treated wood or cedar. […]

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Adding Beauty to Your Garden With an Arbor

Garden arbors are set up as shaded places in home gardens or public parks where one can relax and rest. These open frameworks are typically made of latticework or rustic work, functioning also as a trellis for climbing or creeping plants. Arbors can also be constructed for decks or patios. Today’s garden arbors were not the first attempt to enhance the beauty of gardens. In the 400s B.C. and A.D. 400’s, elaborate courtyards were a hallmark of many Roman homes. Landscape architecture was also given a premium […]

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How to Build a Pergola

If you want to know how to build a pergola, then you must search online or ask your friends who have former experience of this project. Many people love to have pergolas in their garden. Though this would not keep out wind or snow or sun, this will give you a fine place for recreation. They are used to decorate your garden and so you would like to learn how to build a pergola so that you will be able to construct one. There are two ways […]

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