Build a Garden Arbor with Bent Metal Tube

In this DIY video, we replace our cedar garden rose arch and build a larger, sturdier arbor. The replacement is built with 1 ⅜” chain link fence rail, bent to shape, and dug down by over 3 feet to resist the wind and weight of climbing roses.

Best view of the finished arbor is at 26:53
Materials before cutting/bending at 1:50
Bending the arch at 7:44
Planning/prepping the garden at 11:15
Flattening the tube ends to make tabs at 17:20
Assembly of arches at 22:04

For a written description of the project, with more details on costs and timelines, visit our farm blog at: www.fraservalleyrosefarm.com/build-a-rose-arbor-with-bent-metal-tube/

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