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Forest Garden Whitby Extended Arch

Inspired by the iconic whalebone arch on Whitby's seafront, this Whitby Extended Arch will add a beautiful focal point in any garden.

The main posts of the arch have an extended curved section which has been achieved using carefully cut and laminated timber. The thick section rails which join the curved posts are perfect for training climbing plants, and combined with the dramatic extended arch can create a shaded area in your garden.

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£363.99
SKU FGWHITAE
Manufactured from - all the timber used for this Whitby Extended Arch has a smooth planed finish and has been pressure treated with preservative to protect it against rot for 15 years - the manufacturers provide a 15 year anti-rot warranty. The timber is FSC certified - this means the timber used comes from properly managed forests and controlled sources.

Posts- with an extended curved section are linked together with thick section rails and cross at the top to create a graceful and unique garden structure. The think section rails are perfect for training climbing plants.

Dimensions :
Height at Highest Point 8'6" / 258cm (height prior to sinking into the ground)
Depth at Base 4'11" / 150cm
Width at Base 5'1" / 154cm
Distance between the posts 4'7" / 140cm

The arch is tall enough to set into the ground and still stand over 2 metres high; by sinking the arch into the ground you provide a more stable structure that won?t be affected by harsh winds.

Please Note : Delivered flat-packed for self-assembly. Whilst fairly straightforward to build you will need a drill and a screwdriver as the holes are not pre-drilled. Please see the learn more tab to view assembly instructions.

Delivery : please allow 7-14 working days for delivery.

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Delivery
Delivered direct from manufacturers please allow 7-14 days for delivery. You will receive documentation in the post which enables you to book a convenient delivery date.

Please Note: unfortunately this item cannot be delivered to Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland or any other Offshore Islands.


Click Here to see instructions for building this garden arch.