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Buy Loire arch: <br><ul><strong><li>Easy assembly</li><li>Sturdy iron construction</li><li>Rustic finish</li></strong></ul><br>Add structure and height to your garden with this attractive Loire arch.<br><br>Made from robust iron with ornate scrollwork and a white-grey wash finish, the arch brings traditional elegance to any outdoor space. <br><br>Use it to create a stunning frame for entrances, pathways and views, or fit it over a 2-seater bench to create a restful seating area. Set it off with climbing roses, clematis or fragrant jasmine, or drape it with lights for a beautiful night-time feature.<br><br>The arch is easy to install by pushing firmly into the ground. For extra support, you can secure it with ground spikes or sink it into concrete. <br><br>Measurements:<br>H240cm x W120cm x D35cm


  • Easy assembly
  • Sturdy iron construction
  • Rustic finish

Add structure and height to your garden with this attractive Loire arch.

Made from robust iron with ornate scrollwork and a white-grey wash finish, the arch brings traditional elegance to any outdoor space.

Use it to create a stunning frame for entrances, pathways and views, or fit it over a 2-seater bench to create a restful seating area. Set it off with climbing roses, clematis or fragrant jasmine, or drape it with lights for a beautiful night-time feature.

The arch is easy to install by pushing firmly into the ground. For extra support, you can secure it with ground spikes or sink it into concrete.

Measurements:
H240cm x W120cm x D35cm

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Strong and striking!

5

The antique grey colour blends in well with fencing. It is an ideal arch to grow my climbers up and over. I like to grow a cup and saucer climber over it and in a good growing season it will scramble and twine over and through it. I have it in a corner position and the climber can spread not only over the arch but extend along the fencing on both sides and upward into conifers at the back of the garden. The arch is strong enough to support this amount of growth. I needed help to put it in position. It took 2 people to carry it. It is quite the most attractive arch that I have ever had in the garden.

Jubilate 3

Cheltenham Gloucestershire.

Yes

Fitting it into a concrete/stone base

5

In order to fit the arch into a concrete base, one needs to purchase a long masonry drill 22mm, which can be picked up at any DIY store. Place the arch in the position you require, mark where the holes should be. Drill the holes down by approximately 15cm. Place the arch into the wholes to the required depth. Fill in the holes with waterproof exterior grade tile cement. You will then have a strong structure that will not move!

Biggles

Weybridge

Yes

2000018292

5.0 2

100.0

Hello, What sort of ground spikes would I need and would I get them from a builders merchant? Thanks

Planter4

Hi, The ground spikes are only required if you need some extra support for the arch. In the majority of cases, the support provided from pushing the ends into the ground is more than sufficient. On the odd occasion where extra support is needed, I would suggest that http://www.crocus.co.uk/product/_/ground-staples/classid.2000029596/ would do the trick! Hope this helps.

Andy

How heavy is this arch? Will I be able to erect it easily? Also, how easy is it to be delivered? Does it come in enormous pieces? I am very tempted to buy one for my honeysuckle.

Chalk Jungle

Hello, this arch weighs approx 9kg and it comes in 7 pieces. I hope this helps.

Product Buyers

Hi there, What is the internal width of this arch? Just wondering if it will go over a path. Thanks!

Honeysuckle

Hello, This arch has an internal span of 102cm.

helen

Hi, I love the Loire Arch you have and would ideally like 2. One for each of the paths at either side of my house that lead into the back garden. These paths are stone. Is there anyway these arches can be fitted onto stone? (I've filled my whole garden with plants I brought from you this summer. All are doing magnificently. Thank you very much!). Looking forward to the roses becoming available! Kindes regards

smiencuddles

Hello there Thank you for your comments, so pleased to hear that you are happy with the plants you bought, it is lovely to get feed back. These arches are meant to be fixed in to the soil or in the lawn, and there are no brackets to enable it to be fixed into paving stones. Sorry we cannot help you with this.

Georgina

Climbing roses for an arch Good Morning, Very shortly I will be installing a garden arch. I plan to plant Rosa 'Zephirine Drouhin' to climb over this arch. Would you advise planting a rose each side of the arch. Many thanks, Roger

Roger Pirrie

Hello Roger, It is possible to bend the plant over the top of the arch, but the rose will not grow all the way down the other side of the arch, so if you want the base and other side covered, then you will need two roses. Keep in mind though that this rose can grow to 3m tall, so you will need a large, sturdy arch. I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

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