Forest Garden Arches 

 
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An arch will give height and structure to your garden, providing a focal point and adding interest even in the winter months. You can cover your arch with fragrant honeysuckle or climbing roses, position it invitingly along a path, divide off parts of the garden, or turn it into a pergola by placing it against a wall or fence. 

Forest Garden's arches are straightforward to put together and have extended legs so you can fix them straight into the ground - or cut them down to size, if you're placing the arch on a hard surface such as a patio. You won't even have to use preservative as they are all made of pressure-treated wood, which is maintenance-free and guaranteed against rot for 15 years. You can paint or stain your arch if you wish, or enjoy its natural colouring. To find out more about pressure treatment see our section: Forest Garden Timber Treatment and Guarantee.

 
             
     

Square garden arches

     
  Berkeley arch  

The Berkeley arch is one of Forest Garden's more compact and lightweight models. It's easy to assemble, and with a width of only 150cm - just under 5ft - will fit well in most gardens.

Made of smooth planed timber, its traditional square shape makes it ideal for many different settings. The attractive trellis panels are perfect for slender climbing plants such as clematis and nasturtiums, bringing colour and fragrance to your garden.

 
             
 

True to its name, the Classic arch offers clean, flowing lines for timeless appeal. Ideal for both modern and traditional gardens, it is somewhat wider and deeper than the Berkeley, with large-gapped latticework that can accommodate all types of climbing plants. The timber has been planed smooth for a high quality feel.

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  Ultima Pergola arch  

This tall and chunky Ultima Pergola arch combines strength with good looks. Large curved roof supports and diagonal trellising offer a sturdy framework for all kinds of climbers, while an impressive height of 245cm (about 8ft) ensures it will make a striking feature in any garden. 

 
             
 

The aptly named Large Ultima Pergola arch is extra wide at 270cm, and is just the thing for creating an eye-catching focal point. Built to last in heavy duty smooth planed timber, it would look fantastic draped with flowering laburnum, wisteria, roses or even grape vines.

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Curved garden arches

     
  Florence arch   The Florence is particularly tall and graceful, with a high curving top section reaching 304cm - almost 10ft. It has close-fitting trellis panels at the side that are rebated so they fit snugly into the frame, and all the timber has been planed smooth. At just 146cm wide, it shouldn't take up too much space in the garden.  
             
 

The high quality Genoa arch is of a good size, with plenty of room for climbing plants to grow up its rebated diagonal latticework. With an elegant curved and notched rafter section, it will bring height to your garden and make a wonderful centrepiece.

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  Ryeford arch  

If you're looking for a perfect entrance for your garden that will create height and interest, the pergola style Ryeford arch could fit the bill. It includes attractive curved rafters and rectangular trellis sides to encourage climbers. As this arch is relatively compact, it wouldn't look out of place in a smaller plot. 

 
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Apex garden arches

     
 

Bring the countryside into your garden with this charming Rustic Rose arch. Manufactured from rustic rounded timber, it has a traditional apex (triangular) shaped top rafter section, and wide diagonal lattice side panels with plenty of room for climbing roses or honeysuckle.

With a distance between the posts of  just 103cm (about 3'4"), it should fit neatly over the average path - perhaps leading to a cottage garden or vegetable patch.

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  Honeysuckle arch   The Honeysuckle arch lives up to the picturesque image conjured up by its name, with a smooth planed, rounded rustic timber frame and apex shaped top. It is a little wider than the Forest Rose model, and would look great in any traditional garden setting.  
             
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