This is Why You Need an Arbor in Your Garden Now
When you create a garden, it becomes your own, unique, and special little sanctuary that you get to nurture each and every day. It’s a place for you to relax, take your mind off the rest of the world for a minute, and become one with nature.
Anyone that cares for their garden is constantly on the lookout for new ways to spice it up and personalize it to their own liking. While there are plenty of ways you can achieve this, one that often gets forgotten about is the cedar garden arbor arch.
If you’ve never seen or heard of this wonderful garden structure, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about it below!
What Is a Garden Arbor Arch?
A garden arbor arch is a structure that stands vertically in a garden. It has an arch on top of it that generally has vines across it to provide shade. It makes for the perfect backdrop when taking photos, but also provides a wide range of functional benefits for your plants and flowers.
First and foremost, a garden arbor arch acts as the best entrance to the garden -- or wherever you want the focal part of the garden to be. It’s where everyone’s eyes are going to turn when you have guests over. You can also add a gate, if needed, to provide a more private experience.
In addition to providing shade for both you and your garden, a cedar arbor will also provide protection against the wind and rain. With its wooden structure, it adds a lot of vertical space for you to grow more plants -- or hang plants off from it.
The opportunities are literally endless with a cedar garden arbor arch!
Cedar Arbor Arches You’ll Love
Cedar arbor arches give you that traditional wooden look that matches well with any garden, but they also come in a wide range of finishes -- so there’s more than enough variety for any gardener.
At The Porch Swing Store, we have a variety of beautiful arbors available. Let’s take a look at some of our most popular in-store right now:
- Amish Cedar Morgan Arbor - simple, yet effective, this arbor has squares going up the sides, which are a vine’s best friend. You can either get it three feet or four feet wide.
- Amish Cedar Lexington Arbor - with four 18-inch Hurricane Stakes included, this arbor is a bit wider than the previous and will give you the option of four, five, or six feet of width.
- A & L Blue Mountain Appalachian Arbor - for a completely unique design that looks like it belongs at a beautiful campsite, this arbor will definitely make a statement.
Of course, we have plenty more designs available and they can all be found at our online store -- which is ready to serve you throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adding a Deck & Swing to Your Cedar Arbor
When adding an arbor to your garden, why stop there? If it’s not going to act as the entrance, it might work better as a place to sit. This can be accomplished by adding a deck and swing -- or glider -- underneath the arbor.
If you want to talk about getting cozy in your garden, adding a deck and swing is a perfect idea. You can even purchase a bed swing and get an arbor that’s wide and deep enough to fit it. Before you know it, you have your own outdoor bed inside your own garden sanctuary -- what could possibly sound better than that?
Your options are limitless when shopping at The Porch Swing Store, so come check us out today! As always, feel free to contact us with any questions you may have and one of our highly trained professionals will assist you.