Making Arbors & Trellises
25 Practical & Decorative Projects for your GardenBook - 2002
“A collection of 25 beautiful and functional structures that will surely appeal to gardeners and outdoor designers. There is something here for every garden—the designs range from a rustic trellis to a formal arbor. Easy to follow and supplemented by excellent photos and drawings, the instructions are within the skill level of most....Recommended for all public libraries.”—Library Journal. “Essential advice needed to create garden objects appropriate to the most elegant landscape, as well as to playfully informal settings.”—Booklist.
Whether for a tiny city garden or for a rolling estate with outdoor "rooms," vertical landscaping is one of today's most popular trends. Just imagine walking up stone steps that are bordered by lush greenery and topped by a pretty, decorative white arbor "canopy." If you have even the simplest equipment and love gardening, you can easily make every one of these beautifully photographed arbors and trellises--all overseen by an award-winning designer. Cultivate the art of good conversation in a sheltered arbor with stay-a-while sides and face-to-face benches for an intimate chat. Lightning strikes in a bamboo trellis that zigzags like a bolt from heaven. Have a casual garden? Then set up a rustic trellis, constructed from vines and twigs, with vegetables or flowers or both. A basics section explains the details of elementary tasks, and many wonderful photos feature the flowers, foliage, and shrubbery that flourish in these special structures.
Publisher: New York : Lark Books, c2002
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 684.18 MIL
Characteristics: 144 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Making arbors and trellises