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Re: OT-PLANTS: Arbor

On January 3, 2002 04:11 pm, you wrote:
> Doesn't really fit any of the subject tags, but where else could I find
> such an avid group of gardeners who might know the answer.
> I am looking for a garden arbor made out of "fake wood".  I have seen a
> wonderful recycled plastic material used to make trellises that looks
> exactly like weathered wood stakes, about 3/4" square.  I would love to
> find an arbor made out of the same material (usually dyed green or
> red-brown). Steel rusts, vinyl and PVC look ugly, and wood gets old and
> splintery. Aluminum would be nice, but I've never seen one so I assume it
> would be too expensive if I could find it.  The trellis manufacturers did
> not know any arbor makers, and no luck on the internet.  Any ideas?

	Does it have to look like wood? Copper pipe can be used. I guess it will 
weather but doesn't everything?  Should last a long time.


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