Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:24:47 PM
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.
Arbors and pergolas can be designed in many ways, depending on your preferences and needs of your garden or home. Suppose you want to cover the top of a large pergola, the best way is to grow wisteria or grape vines, since they have a tendency to grow horizontally and spread in large areas. Although, it is important to keep in mind that fruit vines may also attract bees and other insects. So, if you want to avoid pests you shouldn’t choose pergola deck design incorporating flowers of fruits.
The structural design of a pergola is a great place for you to grow and showcase beautiful and exquisite vine plants, such as roses and wisteria. It is essential that before you purchase a plant, you pay close attention to its growing habits. If you are aiming for attractive setting, plants that grow high enough to reach and cover the top of the pergola would be your best choice. Another great way to add a touch of beauty to your landscape is by utilizing hanging plant baskets; these can be suspended from the open lattice work on top of the structure. You can also design your garden pergola so that it fits a sitting area underneath. Other options is to use one as a structure to walk under to gain entrance to your backyard or garden, or you can simply use one as an entryway.
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