Border Concepts 7 ft. Colchester Garden Arch Arbor - BlackItem#: HN-BCN026
Arch top, Legs, Stakes
The Border Concepts 7 ft. Colchester Garden Arch Arbor - Black features a classic, practical design that frames the entrance to your garden beautifully. Whether it stands by itself with its traditional wrought appeal or peaks out from underneath a lush growth of foliage, the Colchester Garden Arch Arbor perfectly accentuates the entrance to any garden. Heavy steel construction makes this arch strong enough to support any vine and most plant growth.
Dimensions & Specifications
Est. 10 minutes
42W x 18D x 84H in., 54W x 18D x 84H in.
60 lbs., 75 lbs.
Size, 42W in., 54W in.
$29.99 to $34.99
- Made from durable wrought iron
- Powder-coated black finish
- Strong base for climbing plants
- Provides support for potted plants
- Choose from 2 size options
$44.99 to $74.99
- Strong, flat-bar steel construction
- Powder-coated steel for strength and durability
- Features more depth than traditional troughs
- Holds more moisture in warmer climates
- Available in different lengths
- Measures 9W x 9 diam. inches
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Attractive Design
- Simple Attractive Design
- Difficult to assemble
- Poor Design
- Top Held By Weight Only
Comments about Border Concepts 7 ft. Colchester Garden Arch Arbor - Black:
Shipping was fast, comes in two boxes. Box for stands was damaged in transit. One stand had slightly bent (not flat) anchors. Second box undamaged but came with an Arch NOT depicted in picture - missing the two middle decorative arched rungs. It only had the five cross bars. Wife liked it anyway. Took nearly an hour to assemble. After trying to fit and re-fit the ladder stands into the arch, I had to use a rubber mallet to get them to fit. Once stood up, whole unit wobbles side to side as much as 20 degress. Tob arch stays on by weight only - what? I expect a stiff wind to take it off even though it weighs about 15 pounds. I'm waiting for the manufaturer to give me advice on how to stablize this before anchoring. Seems even if I achor in cement, it can rock back and forth at the arch. Also need something to anchor the arch onto the legs so it doesn't fly off. I don't recommend buying at this time. Need redesign for safety.