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Top 5 Wooden Garden Arches

Adding a wooden arch to separate sections of your garden or to create a feature in a pathway, is a great way to freshen up the style of your garden. But the choice can be a little overwhelming, here we list our top 5 to help inspire your selection.

Our Top 5 Wooden Garden Arches:

Foxglove Arch - £159.99 (was £224.99)

This is a tall and elegant arch featuring a domed top which would look amazing once your climbing plant have grown over it. All the timber carries the FSC mark and so you can be sure it has come from a responsible source.

Classic Pergola Arch - £119.99 (was £129.99)

This arch features the look of a small pergola whilst retaining the feel of a wooden arch. The trellis panels either side will allow plants to climb the walls, this would look amazing if you planted roses either side.

Large Premier Pergola Arch - £219.99 (was £239.99)

This large pergola style arch spans over two metres and would make a great gateway to your garden sections or as a impressive centre piece. The two trellis sections off a decorative flare or could accommodate climbing vines.

Rustic Rose Arch - £119.99 (was £139.99)

By attaching some of our other trellis panels either side of this beautiful wooden arch you can section off a secret or secluded part of your garden or separate your food and herb garden from your  lawn area.

Vienna Walkthrough Arbour - £439.99 (was £539.99)

This stunning arbour arch has seating either side for entertaining and decorative trellis sections either side for your climbing plants. This dual function arch would make agreat centre piece to your garden. 


* Please note: Prices correct at time of publishing, prices can go up and down so please check current value before purchase.

If you want to learn more about garden arches and arbours, take a look at our video below:

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