garden structures

Arbors, Trellises, and the Edible Garden

June 04, 2012
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Raised beds with handmade tepee trellises in North Yorkshire, England.

To learn more about the different types of structures for climbing plants, read "Tuteurs, Arbors and Trellises." And if you're looking for smaller trellises, check out "Vertical Ascent."

Tuteurs, Arbors, and Trellises

May 15, 2012
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Are you thinking of training some of your garden plants on a trellis or arbor this year? (Be sure to read our article about why and how to train plants to grow vertically.) A quick look at the different structures available:

Michael Greenwood, Tree House Builder

February 07, 2012
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Michael Greenwood is known for the bespoke furniture he creates in his Toronto studio, so it’s a bit odd to hear him talk about the features of his latest designs. There’s a slide that shoots its riders into a lake, a 50-foot chute that swirls from tree canopy to forest floor, and devices for climbing, jumping, and swinging for a boy with autism who loves to do nothing more.