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Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
gorgeous arbor! I need a large grape arbor at my new house---have a heartfelt need and longing to recreate my family's ties to Tuscany. Grazie/Thanks, bostonlady13
How long does it take for the grape vines to get that tall. how do you train the fruit trees to grow over?
get the grapes to grow that high? It was mentioned that you can train apples ect to also cover the top. How is this done? We are wanting to grow edible landscape to be more self sufficient but need to be able to shade some west/east facing windows in the arizona sun. Any and all helps would be appreciated
Get nice Shaded area and wonderful grapes to eat.
Like the idea of growing grapes over the arbor, although don't necessarily want to kill what is already there.
process of designing a pergola for myself and am very interested!
something like this trellice before going into garden or leaving back porch or near the pool, with grape vines.
Do grapes like this in back area?
simple arbor that is wide and tall enough to accommodate vines
kiwi/grape trellis, basalt walkway; in Gorge
structure. Grapes and kiwi create a curvy, winding mass of plant life overhead. Basalt rock from the property makes up the hand-built walkway.
Frederick + Frederick Architects
for this arbor? If so how do I get a set?
t was designed by the landscape architect Thomas Angell with Verdant Enterprises. http://www.verdantenterprises.com/
This arbor has a nice truss finish from the post to
arbor to back yard with gate for rommel
is an arbor, which is more like a passageway with trellises on the sides to let vines weave in and out.
5. Mark an entrance. Arbors make great focal points. As an alternative to traditional wood, which needs regular upkeep, look for structures made from a white composite material, like Azek, for
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but the grape will work for my new pergola. Grapes need a lot of water and take about 3 years to produce fruit but worth the wait! There is a great article in Houzz, "How to Start a Home Vinyard" that is quite informative!
trellis or arbor is pruning and maintaining the vine so that it doesn't lay on the adjacent house or become a huge pile of vegetation.
be OK. Grapes, not wisteria (sp?).
of the arbor. Using small creepers such as thyme or 'dragon's blood' sedum in the cracks of the walk break up the large squares of cement.
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What ideas do you have for western or cowboy/rodeo designs?
vines are grapes. This is very common in Oregon where the climate is very conducive to growing grapes. Thanks for asking.
The arbor is cedar. In Oregon, it rains a lot. Cedar is a great option because it does not decompose or break down when it is wet. Juniper is another wood that does extremely well in wet conditions. I'm not sure what you have available in South Africa, but I'm sure your local building supply company
have not designed a garden with a western/rodeo theme, but I'm sure we could put something together for you if I better understood the scope of the project. Let me know. Thanks.
love the grape arbor leading right up to the workshed
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Mostly love the long promenade this installation offers! I can imagine this covered with Wisteria, Grapes, Morning Glories, Clock Vines, or even Virginia
Love this arbor for the farm
such as arbors, fences and gates. Access to these structures may be easier and there's less chance of damaging nearby plants while the garden is dormant.
Peter Wodarz, Milieu Design llc
patio, grape arbor trellis, stone columns
Grapes may be traditional for over arbors, but think outside the vine culture. Hops, that standard ingredient for beer, can work just as well, if not better, to cover an arbor or pergola or to train along a fence. You can even train hops, with support, as a small
Grapes may be traditional for over arbors, but think outside the vine culture. Hops, that standard ingredient for beer, can work just as well, if not better, to cover an arbor or pergola or to train along a fence. You can even train hops, with support, as a small tree. They're vigorous climbers — great
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
arden design in Greece on the island of Paros
I like the idea of using pots to house vines and grapes...very romantic
Ground décor w/grapes growing out of.
spreading grape, but you could easily fill pots like this with a dwarf fruit tree, flowers or bougainvillea. Another option would be to convert them to a water feature.