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Garden gate surrounded by lush planting at Charleston ~ The humble morning glory makes quite an impact here, and the palms tropicals that embrace the gate add to the sense of mystery - makes you want to know what's on the other side.

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Morning glory vines

Morning Glory can grow in shade and withstand Chicago. Hard to kill.

This is an attractive way to display a garden gate. I like this.

Garden Gate. Garden gate with pergola. #GardenGate #Gate #GatePergola The Collins Group JDP Design.

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Rustic and Simple Arbor Ideas

We've got abundant downed wood from our woods that can be repurposed into many wonderful things, such as fencing, garden posts, and something like this charming garden arbor. If you're using your arbor to grow and support grapevines, just be sure you bury your posts deep enough to bear the weight of the grown vines. Or just decorate it with lightweights like morning glories, clematis and nasturtium!

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Create Privacy in Your Yard

Add Windows to the fence. I love this idea! Our yard is currently fenced in with a tall and ugly fence (that is torn and broken in several places. Would love a new fence that is lower with a window at the gate that is welcoming. I don't want the backyard to feel closed in, but would love more privacy at the deck/patio area.

Another beautiful garden gate from which you enter into your garden through a pathway. My heart dances to see this beauty. I would have to adapt my plantings to desert life.

This Old Housefrom This Old House

8 Lessons on Stretching a Small Yard

An arched wood gate, a shade arbor, a fountain, and a brick path | Photo: Mark Lohman | thisoldhouse.com - love, love, love