[ US /ˈpɝɡəɫə, pɝˈɡoʊɫə/ ]
[ UK /pɜːɡˈə‍ʊlɐ/ ]
  1. a framework that supports climbing plants
    the arbor provided a shady resting place in the park
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How To Use pergola In A Sentence

  • Photograph by Alexandre Bailhache Pleached hornbeam arches and chestnut pergolas create verdant alleys connecting one garden room to the next and provide shaded, secluded walks. Paradise Regained
  • For Lynn and Joe Rouse, the pergola is a versatile area that's relatively inexpensive to maintain. Undefined
  • Visitors crane their necks to photograph a pergola overflowing with hanging baskets of impatiens, ‘Martha Washington’ geraniums and agapanthus.
  • Raise new plants from seeds or cuttings, and by layering, and provide support with trellises, pergolas and other structures.
  • Well, often what you'll see in a pergola is a lot more lattice going in closer together and going perpendicular to that, creating the surface for the growing vine and to block sun, of course. CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2005
  • It consists of four parts, the elliptical garden incorporating an oval pool, the Yew garden, the upper terrace and a lower terrace and pergola, all four linked by a terrace which once fronted the original house.
  • Grapes hang from a pergola, apples are espaliered and ripe berries tempt the visitor.
  • Pergolas, open steel stairs, lattices and wooden blinds all act as shadow-casters and gnomons.
  • A mature specimen will spread four metres or more and like other large flowered hybrids is ideal for summer flowers on walls, fences and pergolas, or for growing through a climbing rose or an earlier flowering tree like laburnum.
  • They built a small garden shed beyond the vegetable garden and a low stone wall between the shed and the pergola.
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