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
that it arbors; together create welcome shade.
Lemons, limes, figs, apples and pears can be trained to cover arbors or pergolas.
cover an arbor or a pergola.
over an arbor with seating underneath. Imagine sitting in the shade on a warm day and simply reaching up to pick a handful of ripe grapes. Or better yet, sipping wine; it's certainly an appropriate use of the space. Just be sure to choose a surface beneath the arbor that fallen grapes won't permanently
large arbor for a cornucopia of fresh fruit.Vines are not the only fruit that can be trained to grow overhead. Although slower than vines, lemon, lime, fig, apple and pear — to name just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a pergola.Tip: Use a deciduous vine such as grape or kiwifruit where