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Iron Garden Arbor With Hanging Baskets

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Grand Iron Garden Arbor
$49.95 - $379.95
$49.95 - $379.95
Description

Plow & Hearth Exclusive

This arbor will transform your yard into the elegant landscape of the finest Antebellum mansion. This grand-scale arbor with its finely detailed scrollwork sends a message to guests that they are entering a truly special garden. Add the optional hanging baskets to the arbor for even more opulence and color, and you have a statement piece that will set the mood for any outdoor entrance, garden or living area. Arbor and Baskets are crafted of wrought iron with a weather-proof black finish.

Add Hanging baskets are available in sets of two. The arbor holds four baskets. Or, buy the arbor and four baskets as a set and save.

• Grand arbor
• Can hold up to 4 hanging baskets (sold separately)
• Wrought iron arbor with black finish
• Outdoor garden arbor with optional hanging baskets
• Perfect for entryway
• Garden trellis

Size
Arbor: 86"L x 24"W x 81"H
Baskets: 14" dia. x 19"L

Save $20 on the set!
Grand Garden Arbor With Four Hanging Baskets
52754
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$379.95
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Grand Iron Garden Arbor
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Set of 2 Hanging Plant Baskets
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Reviews
3.0 (based on customer reviews)

By Jan W
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Pretty but flimsy
Comments about Product:
I have been looking at the various arbors in this magazine for over a year. I asked my mother for a gift certificate to help me purchase on in March of 2012 (over a year ago). I finally decided to get this one. I have to say, it is okay, but kind of flimsy. Once you fully assemble and stand it up, it has little side to side stability. I CANNOT image putting four hanging baskets on this unit (and I didn't buy it for that). It would not stay up in the lightest breeze. We ended up cutting of the small feet on the bottom half and putting 4 feet of rebar (two feet below grade and about two feet above) and then sliding the base over top of the rebar to make it stable enough. I looks good and should be okay now, but there was no way it was going to stay standing and heaven forbid a child should grab it and try to climb up it. The whole thing will be falling over and the top takes 2 people to put it on the base! Think long and hard about who will be in your yard around this arbor. It is beautiful, but not sturdy or stable.
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