Garden Art & Structures
Arbors and Structures Tips
Growing vines look great winding up, over and around an arbor. But remember, if you do choose to plant vines for your arbor, keep in mind that not all plants are deciduous; meaning what’s green in spring and summer will be brown in fall and winter.
Make sure to anchor your arbor or structure with a good stake kit or forms to keep it sturdy and straight.
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Your garden is a living work of art. It is also the perfect place for you to display your style through artistic accents like fountains, statuary, sculptures, gazing balls and decorative structures.
A statue or a gazing ball can be a delightful surprise when tucked in to an existing landscape or garden. There is no better way to create a theme for your outdoor space than with a unique piece of statuary. Whether you are looking to add wildlife, fantasy, Zen, or a contemporary piece to your garden- we have something for you. Our collection of statuary is outstanding and worth the trip!
A fountain can be the focal point of your landscape or garden or an artistic accent to your outdoor space. Fountains add visual appeal and also add a sense of peace and tranquility to your environment. Wight’s has the most extensive selection of fountains in the area; stop in and let our displays inspire you.
Garden arbors and trellis’s are decorative as well as functional. Not only are they great places to grow your vines, an arbor creates a focal point and scale in the landscape that you can design the rest of your garden around. By adding an arbor you can cozy up a shady corner, create an enticing passageway, or reinforce an architectural style.
Arbors and trellis are designed for growing trailing plants. Great for vines and other crawlers, your arbor or trellis will keep them where you want then to be, while adding a distinct natural elegance. A large variety of sizes allows the perfect arbor for the plant your working with.