This Archway Kit could create a wonderful entrance to your garden or a feature on a connecting path between areas. The kits are very easy to make. The willow rods are inserted into the ground and tied together and will set down roots and will begin to grow. The new growth can be woven in around the existing structure creating a dense screen of foliage
Other climbers can be planted with the willow and encouraged to grow up the structure.
Each Kit Contains: Willow Rods of the correct lengths Full step-by-step instructions Flexi-Tie (rubber string) Optional - Extras Kit: For Weed control and easy maintenance plant with Black Mulching Fabric & Plastic Barbed Pegs
The Arch measures: Height 2 m x Width 1 m x Depth 0.8m
These structures will need annual Spring/Autumn maintenance for them to keep their structure. They will need cutting back to their original height to allow the frame to bush out and become denser and for it to keep its shape. After 2-3 years you will be able to use a hedge trimmer or shears to give the structure a quick trim.
To create a longer archway you may want to take a look at our Tunnel Kits.
Delivery Cost: £18.95 fixed rate for all Willow Structures, any quantity. (UK Mainland only)
So far so good Receivd this as xmas present. Agreed to delivery in January so it would be a surprise. Instructions very clear and straightforward. Took @hour to "erect". Looks great was worried last night 50 mph gale force winds but so far arch still standing. Cant wait till spring and it starts growing.\n (11/01/2017) Lorna - Pitlochry
Excellent Bought 2 willow arch kits from you- everything arrived- detailed instructions and put them up in a few hours!\nThey look fantastic- can't wait till spring!!\nThankyou!\n (17/01/2016) Andrea Townson - Lancashire
Love this! Willow arch kit arrived quickly, in excellent condition and with a few spare willows too! Very easy to assemble (well it looked easy from where I stood watching my husband putting it together!!) Looks great already, really looking forward to seeing it grow. Thanks!\n (10/03/2015) Julie - Bridge of Weir