There’s something about an arbor that really does open up your backyard. We have had arbors and they are a great accent piece. We put some beautiful flowering vines (Mandevilla if I remember correctly) that grew up both sides. By late spring, the arbor was a burst of color that invited you to walk through and into the backyard. We really loved it and thought it was just a great addition to the backyard!! You will feel the same way when you put a classy little arbor into your backyard and plant some great flowering vines to encircle the sides and arch. Take a look at what’s available and get the one that pleases your fancy on order today!!
Now’s the time to get your backyard arbor on order. You have a couple cold months left to get the arbor, figure out just the perfect place to put it, assemble it, put it in place, and wait for SPRING TO COME!! We have had arbors over the years and they really make a statement!! If your arbor is covered with beautiful vines of colorful flowers, that just makes it more attractive. You can put a couple great flowering vines in the ground when the cold breaks and by late spring you will have a fine set of vines with blooms ready to all summer and fall long!! You won’t regret investing the few dollars and time it takes to make your backyard the best it can be!!
Impressionism: A 19th century art movement originating with of Paris artists. Their paintings included small, thin, visible brush strokes with the intent to emphasize light as it changed to accentuate it’s effects on the subject matter.
Putting that in laymen terms – the paintings sought to show how light affected the impression of the subject being painted.
How all that get’s us to a Monet Arbor, I don’t know. But the Monet Arbor is worth looking at all in itself. Matter of fact, if you want a great way to accent your backyard or garden entrance, this is it. The impressionists would be proud of you!!! We found two – one a little bigger than the other.