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Buy Gothic arch: <br><ul><strong><li>Solid steel construction</li><li>Antique design</li><li>Made in Britain</li></strong></ul><br>This Gothic steel arch is the perfect way to add a sense of drama to pathways, entrances, patios and decks. Train up climbing roses to create a spectacular statement feature.<br><br>Made in Britain from solid steel and coated in a durable antique black polyester paint, the arch is strong enough to support even the heaviest of climbers.<br><br>Supplied in four sections that bolt together. Once assembled, simply push the spiked feet firmly into the ground to secure.<br><br>Measurements:<br>H224cm x W142cm x D53cm


  • Solid steel construction
  • Antique design
  • Made in Britain

This Gothic steel arch is the perfect way to add a sense of drama to pathways, entrances, patios and decks. Train up climbing roses to create a spectacular statement feature.

Made in Britain from solid steel and coated in a durable antique black polyester paint, the arch is strong enough to support even the heaviest of climbers.

Supplied in four sections that bolt together. Once assembled, simply push the spiked feet firmly into the ground to secure.

Measurements:
H224cm x W142cm x D53cm

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I am looking for a suitable arch for a golden hop. Would this be strong enough or is it a bit overkill for what I need?

Sheila

Hello, The Humulus get pretty big, so you do need something pretty sturdy to support it - and this should do the job nicely.

Helen

How long are the spikes to push into a flat site? Is it self-assembly and if so, to what extent?

Garden-grafter

Hello, the spikes are approx 38cm. The item is self assembly and comes in 4 pieces that need to be bolted together. I hope this helps.

Product Buyer

We are looking to buy 2 arches, one each end of a brick pathway. How long are the spikes, and can the arch cope with a slope on the ground 1ft in 15ft?

pluspete

It depends on the slope and how confident you are in digging the holes to support this. You would need to dig down the sides and back round the arches but again it depends on the slope. This can be pushed into the ground as far as you feel is necessary to support the arch.

Product Buyer, Crocus

Would this support a wisteria?

Dizzy

Hello, Wisteria can get pretty big, however if it is cut back reasonably hard, this arch should support it. You should keep in mind however that as the Wisteria grows, the stems get really chunky and these may distort the frame after several years.

helen

How does this fix into ground- ie set in concrete or simply driven in?

Dc4

Hello there All you need to do is push the spikes at the bottom of the arch frame into the ground to secure it. Hope this helps.

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