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This arbor boasts of a gate that covers the lower half, allowing visitors to see into the garden. The gate adds a sturdier look to the graceful arch and trellis of the arbor. Ensure that your gate works the way you want it to by having its bottom high enough to avoid any obstructions.

I would love a garden arbor with or without a gate in our backyard, in the open space between two groups of privet hedge. To me, an arbor is both inviting and "mysterious," like a storybook-style garden accent.

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