Friday, June 11, 2010

Garden Arbors can beautify your garden

Are you thinking of improving your garden but are short on ideas? How about enhancing it with an arbor or two? Garden arbors can do wonders to a garden or a yard. Besides adding beauty to the garden, arbors are also functional where vines and creeper plants can be planted and trained on them.

There are metal and vinyl arbors but wooden arbors are popular as they can be painted with the color that can easily blend in with the surroundings. Alternatively, they can be stained or even left to weather gracefully to a warm silver gray.

Yardarbors uses Red Cedar wood for their arbors as Red Cedar wood is sturdy and arbors made from this wood are built to last. Red Cedar is naturally rot- and insect-resistant and provides years of useful beauty. Furthermore, Yardarbors has a low price protection policy as well as a 30-day no hassle return policy. Take advantage of the 15% discount which they are giving on most of their arbors. Hurry! Check them out!


  1. If I have a huge garden. :D

  2. Yeah, they are nice... provided that you have a mansion.

  3. it's a nice idea, but i don't even have a garden~~

  4. Anonymous11:09 AM

    A wooden one would be nice. I don't have a garden.

  5. Anonymous12:23 AM

    nice.. but must have compound for a garden first.. most houses have no extra land for landscaping anymore.. :(

  6. Tekkaus, any garden can have an arbor. I think you don't even need a garden to have an arbor. Check out the website for some ideas on where you can place an arbor.

    KS, not really, like what I told Tekkaus.

  7. SK, a balcony perhaps? An arbor will fit nicely there too. No?

    Mei Teng, your front porch will do too. LOL! Seems like I'm giving some out-of-the-box ideas, eh?

  8. Logo Design, you're welcome. May you have a lovely garden.

    Jawatan Kosong, they are nice, aren't they?

    Thank you both for stopping by.

  9. Shirleen, yeah, space can be a luxury in city-living these days, isn't it? Thanks for stopping by.

    Ken, yes they are.