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Envision the Perfect Pergola
A perfect pergola can only be designed by you; you know how your dream backyard landscape should look and that overall image is entirely yours. A pergola can be heavy or light, minimal or decorative, simple, rustic, large or petite.
pergolas support a rooflike structure
Pergolas are mainly used as a landscaping structure consisting of four columns or posts to define a space, topped with beams and open rafters. With the increasing use of garden structures in landscapes, many confuse the terms pergola, trellis, and arbor, using them interchangeably.
Latticework and Pergola designs
Wood-posts, beams and latticework are common components in pergola designs. Latticework is usually installed on the sites and its many purpose are to encourage the growth of vines, in time this plants adding privacy and comfort through shade. Redwood is highly recommended for minimal maintenance on a pergola, redwood is also well known for its longevity.
TRellises and pergola designs
When pergolas are covered with vines or foliage some call them a trellis, which it is not. A trellis is another architectural element usually made from a tighter weave of open framework or intersecting pieces called lattice. A trellis can be a simple panel attached to the side of a building, or it can be freestanding in a garden or yard
Arbors and pergola designs
Another garden structure is an arbor. An arbor is typically an open structure much smaller than a trellis or pergola, using interwoven lattice pieces and sometimes having an arched top. Arbors usually define a point of entry or the division of two places along a path.
Vines thrive on pergolas
Pergolas, arbors, trellises, and latticework have all been traditionally used to support vines. Vines can form a canopy over a pergola, affording shade in summer. Select a large, vigorous vine for this purpose, such as: Dutchman’s pipe, Virginia creeper, Hardy kiwi, Climbing hydrangea, Wisteria and Bougainvillea.