Backyard arbor could become a haven for sunshine, reading nook, one point focal in your backyard or gateway to your garden. You can build your inexpensively arbor, if you do not make a point of it to support heavy plants. Place a table with chairs under your arbor to enjoy a break for the summer lunch or use the area protected as a small shed.
Directions to build backyard arbor: choose flat area of about 1.8 m long and 1.5 m wide. Measure the perimeter; put the garden of stones to mark the boundary on all four sides. Basement holes for the corner brackets at least 90 cm depth. Place gravel in the hole. Mix the concrete and insert each bracket in the concrete. Let it dry. When the first post is in place, mix the concrete on the second hole to the far post.
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Nail two support beams along the outside of the structure for connecting the posts longitudinally. Wrap a piece of wire mesh along the top of the arbor. Stretch a piece of wire mesh between the corner poles of both sides of the arbor and attach the screen. Finally, to build backyard arbor, staple the ends of the wire mesh on the poles with industrial staples.