Decorating with Arbors in the Garden


November 26, 2021

Decorating with Arbors in the Garden

Shop our entire unique garden collection. Video Transcription: Hi, it's Jennifer here with City Farmhouse Antiques and I am here again with our find of the week. I am out here visiting my mom and dad for Thanksgiving. Mom and I just got done having some pie, ice cream and coffee out in the rose garden and I wanted to show you one of her beautiful arbors that we got for her out in the garden. So, with that lets come this way. There you can get a sneak peak. We just came in the cart (video of all the pups in the garden cart hard at work with me) We got some Christmas stuff and the kids are helping me so everybody is here. Coco Bean is there too. So, let me show you, we have this beautiful arbor here and mom got two of them. They are quite large and have an unusual shape which is what I like about them. They have planters at the bottom where you can plant things on either side. They also have a welcome sign at the top and are like a tear drop shape which makes them fabulous! She put two together about 3 feet apart and then she planted Katrina roses to grow up the side of each one. These roses are called Katrina roses because they were the only thing that survived hurricane Katrina in all that salt water. I think these roses are about two years old. I ordered mine, but don't have them in the ground yet. We both ordered them from Chamblee's roses. I love ordering their roses they are always so healthy, but boy I need to get mine in the ground. I still haven't done it. I am going to plant mine so they will grow over the top and side of the chicken coop. They will be full of beautiful pink buds in the spring and should be easy growers and flourish. It will be my first time planting them too. These arbors again are very large and there are two of them here. The color is a soft vintage or antique style patina teal green. Here you can see them from the side. She anchored each arbor in the ground and set them about 3 feet apart. She then used wire and iron to bridge that gap in between the arbors. Once the roses have grown and filled in the gaps these arbors will look even wider and form a solid arch of pink flowers when in bloom. Tell us where you would put these arbors in your garden and be sure and check out all of or antiques, collectibles, and home and garden decor on our website at www.cityfarmhousentiques.com. Mom had originally wanted to anchor three arbors in the ground, but she ended up with two which and I really think is perfect for this area. This will be so beautiful in the Spring when these roses are in bloom. We will see if we can get her to take some video to share with all of you. Take care and have a great week.



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