The product has dimensions of 16 x 53 x 92 inches and a height of The weight is 2 lbs
Your yard or garden can be enhanced with touches of Southern charm
A steel tube is covered with a black epoxy coating to make it weather-resistant
This is a wonderful place for climbing flowers or vines
The product requires a minimal amount of assembly, but there are
Questions & Answers
Is it possible to keep a rose bush in this forever?
My knowledge of the subject is limited. In the event the universe was cyclical as some theories suggest, it would have to survive the unrelenting forces that create chaos. A refining process as well as a making process A new universe is being created. We live in a universe that is pretty amazing, but we live in just one too. It's difficult for me to say. If my heirs move, and can't keep an eye on it, I can bequeath it with a proviso that it remain in use. But what if they move and can't keep it at hand? When someone buys a house, and then removes it, what does that mean? It's possible to change a lot in a century, even just within the next few decades. My mind has been completely blank for decades now, and I can't imagine even guessing a hint. It was hard for me not to laugh. I find that to be a very interesting question. expect it to last
There is a way to build this so it won't be so tall, is there?
If you do not add pieces to the design, the height will be shortened
Are these sturdy enough to support vegetables vining?
It seems so to me. The four of them I got are going to be used to grow beans, cucumbers, and peas. For squash that are lighter in weight, it may work with gourds, but I would be selective about which kind of squash I used.
In my part of Texas, it can easily get over 100 degrees. ?
Having lived in south Louisiana for many years, I have never experienced this problem.
Selected User Reviews For 1. GO Steel Garden Arch, 7'8" High x 4'5" Wide, Garden Arbor for Various Climbing Plant, Outdoor Garden Lawn Backyard
This Garden Arch is easy and pretty to make
The purchase I made is perfect for me. Assembly of this light arbor is surprisingly simple - just screw it together However, the instructions are only one page long. There is a Phillips head screwdriver that you will need. Poles are grouped into packets numbered one through six. It was a fun fact that the pieces had the numbers 4 and 5 Each of the 5 pieces comes with a number sticker on one piece, so you need to determine which one of the remaining 5 you require. Don't think I stressed too much over it. Assembly of the loosely assembled piece took about 30 minutes, then we tightened all the screws and carried the finished product It is made of thin, powder coated steel, which is not suitable for heavy duty applications. If it is fine for my clematis and light-colored plants, I won't be concerned It is a climbing rose with limbed leaves. If I had purchased additional pieces, the height would have been higher. I may just buy another or two at this price and use them just like In my garden, it looks beautiful, and I am planning to replace my other old one sooner rather than later.
| Jul 11, 2020
I like it, but it has some As a result of my indecision to wait too long, this arch almost doubled in price
One day, it was $25, but the next day, when I got ready to order it, You don't need many tools to put it together. One rung only had holes drilled about 1/4" out of line with the rest, but my husband fixed that with wood glue. In order to ensure that it doesn't wobble, all the screws need to be tightened properly. And in order to stabilize, this should be driven 4 to 6 inches into the ground. Depending on how solid your soil is, you may need to dig 6 inches. The rest of the time, this will be a very nice place to grow a vine or an arbor for a wedding. In the end, we sunk the legs 4 inches into the ground and secured it with 4 12" spikes from Home Depot, which each cost 80 cents. We then wired the spikes to the bottom of the legs with fine gauge wire to stabilize it, and it worked perfectly.
| Oct 23, 2020
This is a project in progress
Reviewers have said the item is lightweight, so I'm not surprised. It was easy for me to assemble them as other customers have done, and I didn't mind paint chips since the whole thing is expected to be There are two arches on my wall, anchored to the wall and enclosed with wire fencing The wall is absent of flowers except along its length. By adding wire to them, they become stronger. During the next 7 to 10 days, I'll train lady banks roses and honeysuckle up and over it We have 8 feet of heavenly shade here in Arizona.
| Mar 22, 2021
The perfect solution for my problems
My only issue with this is that it is too janky. Having a height of 5ft 1 and being older, I am There were a lot of errors in the directions. In my case it was used to support a grape vine that I planted in a barrel of wine. I placed one end of it in the barrel and I attached a weight on the other end so I wouldn't lose it during a snowstorm. There is no doubt it will be worthwhile a few years down the road.
| Oct 02, 2020
This arch will now be reviewed a second time
This high rating has been given before, but we wanted to give it again with the It is now home to a healthy clematis. When the clematis dies back in the summer, it will be replaced by our grape vines (see photo Our new metal arch stands out from the wood arch in many ways and will last much longer than the previous one.
| Jul 11, 2020
I am fine with the end product once it is assembled
However, getting the product assembled is a beast. A rating of three and a half stars would be a good result for this product. I am fine with the end product once it is assembled. However, getting the product assembled is a beast. There is no easy way to assemble these parts. It would be expected that some resistance would occur but not as much as this. The first thing I observed and experienced was that putting together the sides first, then the curved top, and finally putting together the 3 sections had the best results. This is a result of my observations and experiences. I'm not the most skilled person at this assembly. Others might be. When the arbors were assembled, I liked how they looked, but assembling them was difficult. Those who receive these should be happy with them.
| Nov 19, 2020
The quality of your purchase is directly related to the price
In the instructions, there is a rough drawing of how everything goes together and a warning that some of the pieces are sharp In addition to the lack of explanations of the components' differences and instructions or recommendations on assembly sequence, it is missing both of the elements that make up a quality product.
The tubular crosses have threaded inserts on By striking the end of the crosspiece against the floor, I was able to get to it, and the insert fell from the tube to the ground. With the help of an awl, I was also able to straighten one other crosspiece whose insert cocked to one side. What are the odds that most people have an awl on hand?
Assembly was what we British like to call fiddling. It is recommended that you enlist the help of a second person to hold the pieces steady while you Arch pieces had good curvatures but varying degrees of curvature, but they look okay once the assembly is complete.
| Sep 22, 2020
That's awesome, I love it! This was placed at the entrance to the building
That's awesome, I love it! In my garden, I placed it at the entrance. Putting it together took no time or effort (just screws) and it definitely made a Even though the price is high, it has a significant impact.
| Aug 05, 2020