Thursday, February 10, 2011

Installed Arbor

 Roof Against the Sky
I finished the arbor installation and it is ready for an accompanying plant.  Maybe a climbing rose?
 Arbor as an Entry to a special garden
My arbors are always on "L" shaped sidewalls with their feet buried on concrete. They are incredibly strong and will outlast me by generations.   I still have one railing to complete and then I will get back to the new reality of our economy:  I will be hunting for work!
My Work can be seen HERE

8 comments:

Clipped Wings said...

How do you actually put this piece together? Do you weld the parts together on location?

Barbra Joan said...

What an absolutely beautiful entry you've made to this garden..

stonepost said...

Thank you Barbra and Yvonne! No welding on site, the roof is bolted to its supporting columns with two bolts on each side. Glad you like them!

SooZeQue said...

Very nice Jerry! So nice and straight. I have a hard time doing that! :) The vines will look beautiful on it. I'll have to try my hand at one soon. Although I couldn't bury in concrete cuz if I moved I'd have to take it with me.

AutumnLeaves said...

Jerry, I hope you find something quickly in the job hunt. You know we know all about that. This arbor is gorgeous!

Chez said...

Your work is amazing! Too beautiful to cover with a climbing plant StonePost.

Angel-Star said...

absolutely gorgeous form.

Maundering mutterer said...

It's perfect for a rambling rose!