Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:13:55 PM
The obvious advantage is the conversation factor, as people talk about your pergola and the elegance that it lends to your landscaping. One of the not so obvious advantages if they are done correctly and positioned in the correct manner, are that you can actually use the vines from the pergola to help shade the area that they cover, thereby lowering the overall temperature of the garden area. This is especially true on balmy summer afternoons when the hot sun often causes people to stay inside. A well designed pergola will allow you to once again make use of your garden area for living and entertaining comfortably.
The pergola can be designed in a traditional manner, or you can get a little creative and make it fit your specific needs and the design of your particular garden. You are truly only limited here by your creativity and your wallet, although most people tend to opt for the more traditional styling so that they do not detract from either the beauty of the garden or the subtle charm of the pergola.
Growing vines adds additional shade because they cover the top of the structure; this makes your pergola more useful and comfortable to sit under. If you will be growing vines, it is important for you to make sure that your pergola is sturdy enough to hold the additional weight and stress of the vines. Vines, especially wisteria, are strong and can damage the structures that are not constructed properly.
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