Want to draw attention away from any weaker points in your garden? Try using an arbor, which will not only be a delightful visual, but will also show the passion you have for your garden!
Although Garden arbors, which are usually doorway-sized structures with arched tops, were used in Medieval Times, they became quite popular during the Victorian Era, showing the romantic vision of that time. They are still as popular today, mostly because it adds a vertical beauty to your garden.
OK, so you have multiple colored flowers and interesting foliage in your garden, but for it to it to stand out from the rest, you need more. Like stated before, a vertical feature such as an arbor will allow other levels of beauty to your garden, giving you that much-needed focal point.
Arbors are certainly important when you’re starting a new garden because they will draw immediate vertical attention, whereas other trees and shrubs take some time to grow. Also, when planting such items as vines, the arbor will allow them to gradually wrap around, creating a natural-looking beauty.
Also, when arbors serve as a shelter for your outdoor dining tables, benches or chairs so you can enjoy your garden with family and friends, or they can provide that solitude away from the world when you just want to relax and enjoy your creation.
And just like everything else you’ve created in your garden, make sure to match your arbor to the aesthetics of your home and your climate. Arbors are made from many different materials, such as wood, vinyl or metal, all available in different price ranges. And it can’t be stressed enough to match your arbor to your climate; when planning, make sure you’ll purchase one that works for a permanent or temporary structure.