With its generous size, understated design and impressive durability, this 7' high arch forms a sturdy yet subtle backdrop for any climbing plant, including roses, clematis and scarlet runner beans. Line up several to form an allee over a path.
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I would buy again
from Kyle, Texas
Comments about Sentry Arch:
Easy to assemble and sturdy. Very attractive, looking forward to see morning glories grow up it
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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A beautiful entrance to a new garden
By Weedless in the San Juan Islands
from Shaw Island, WA
I have some Night Jasmine climbing this arch; it gives structure to the vine without being obvious. It's a cozy and welcoming entrance to my new garden space.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Easy Peasy Set Up
from Napa, CA
I love this simple arch and once the vines fill in, no one will know just how simple the look started. It was easy to set up and put in place. I would not try growing Wisteria on it as I think that is just too heavy of a plant. But my Clematis will love it!
A very good small arch , for my Clematis
from Texas Panhandle
I have the arch where I have two new Clematis plants. It is next to a fence, and is anchored well. It looks good from my big glass doors. The plants will grow more next spring. I already have three big Clematis vines other places.
very good quality & easy to install
By Lori the grandma
from Tracy, Ca.
I have this set up as a welcoming entrance to an area of Redwoods we have on our side yard. Put climbing pink flowered plant on it & a cute Welcome sign. Its looks very, very nice
I bought two of these and put them together and in place myself (I'm a 5'2" person, doable but certainly would be easier with a helper!). They were very reasonably priced and customer service handled my questions very courteously and professionally. I am still waiting for my honeysuckle and morning glories to really take off and climb, but I certainly hope each likes the polyethelene coating.
from Long Island, NY
Easy to assemble, very sturdy with a nice finish.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Strong support for climbers - even grape vines
By native sailor
This is a well machined arbor, assembly is very precise and the product is strong. It is very tall, you may need a ladder to get it upright. Worth waiting for it to be back in stock. A shame you had to increase the price :(
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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I believe I would buy it again, if needed.
By A Connecticut Yankee
from Simsbury, Connecticut
I am using it to grow spaghetti squash, one plant on each side, in two large flower pots. The plants are growing very fast. Already about half way up the arch.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
love these yes would buy again
from Camano Island WA
I am going to grow peas on these so fun.
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