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Re: today in zone 7


This is a 4x4 that is attached to the cement pad and helps support the 
entire arbor over the back porch.  The arbor is strong enough I can walk 
on it.  So, I think it will be ok.

Theresa

Donna wrote:

>I hope it is a strong post! Mine always gets larger than any trellis I used
>and the weight seemed to always make it crash sometime during the season.
>
>Last year I had the welder make me this contraption- 2 trellis, that connect
>together with enough space for the plant in-between... seems to work!
>
>Donna 
>
>  
>
>>I just bought a sweet autumn clematis a few weeks ago (my first),
>>planted it at one of the posts for the arbor over the back patio, so
>>hoping it will climb up and over it.  We have many of these at work and
>>this is the first year they bloomed.  It smelled wonderful on the back
>>courtyard area.  Too back they always keep those does set to autolock-
>>so no one ever goes out there, because you can't get back into the
>>building.
>>
>>Theresa
>>    
>>
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