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The Ryeford Arch is a fantastic product that will light up your garden. The Ryeford Arch is ideal for creating an entrance and the trellis side is perfect for climbing plants, and is manufactured from high quality, pressure treated softwood.

The softwood timber is then planed for a smooth finish and is guaranteed against rot for 15 years. The curved rafter arch will compliment any garden.

The softwood timber that the Ryeford Arch is made from comes from a renewable source managed by the Forest Stewardship Council.

Forest are renowned for producing innovative, quality, stylish products to suit both the traditional and the contemporary garden setting.

We sell the full range of Forest products. Please feel free to view the rest of their range within our website to add to your garden collection.


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Customer Review's

29/04/2009  G CARROLL rated the Ryeford Arch Forest
The arch is excellent,well made and good value for money
23/09/2009  Mr A J Rackham rated the Ryeford Arch Forest
This is an excellent quality arch from Forest, I had a look at several arches in local garden centres before deciding on this one, this is by far the best I have seen. Very easy to assemble, I used metal post spikes to install mine which work fine.
01/10/2009  GEOFFREY LLOYD rated the Ryeford Arch Forest
Supplied in good condition, easy to assmble, good quality product!
28/01/2010  Alwyn J. Roberts rated the Ryeford Arch Forest
Excellent well-manufactured Arch - easy DIY - nice solid well-proportioned result. Super !

Recent Questions about this product
From David Smith In North Herts (17 March 2009)
  Q. Are the uprights designed to be sunk in the ground or fixed with meta post spikes?
 
  A. Hi David,

You can do either.

You can either attache ground anchors, fixing spikes, or simply cement the legs into the ground.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From David Smith In UK (23 March 2009)
  Q. What is the height of the uprights. If I am to fix in concrete then the overall height of the arch will reduce?
 
  A. Hi David,

The overall height of the arch should not reduce, as it is provided with extra long legs, designed to be sunk into the ground. Depending on how much you sink into the ground, you may lose a few inches in height.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Terence Hymas In Berkshire (20 March 2009)
  Q. What size are the posts?
 
  A. Hi Terence,

The posts are 3 inches square. How are you fixing the arch into the ground? The unit will come with ground fixing anchors, or you can concrete the arch into the ground. Hope this helps?

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Nick Tims In Norfolk (07 April 2009)
  Q. What is the internal width of the Ryeford arch?
 
  A. Hi Nick,

The internal width is approximately 85cm.

Hope this is ok?

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Rita In United Kingdom (20 April 2009)
  Q. Hi, Please can you advise if the 2 pale green lych gates will fit this arch internally. Thank you.
 
  A. Hi Rita
The Lych Gates are 1.2m in width and the Ryeford Arch is 1.34m wide. It is possible to fit these gates to it but you may need to build them out slightly to prevent any gap between the gates.

Kind regards, Ben

From Natalie In London (07 May 2009)
  Q. What is the width of the trellis sides?
 
  A. Hi Natalie,

The width of the actual trellis is 350mm – the total width of the side is 490mm.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From David Crosby In United Kingdom (13 May 2009)
  Q. What size are the post?
 
  A. Hi David,

These are 3 inch square posts.

Hope this helps?

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Mrs Parker In sa70 7sx (07 July 2009)
  Q. I would like to fix 3 feet using spikes about 20"long and 1 foot using a plate to fix to a slab. Please can you let me know where i can buy these to be the right size to fit this product. There are no fixing anchors supplied with the arch as suggested in your earlier answer. I am not sure how these would work and whether they might be an alternative for me. Should they have been supplied?
 
  A. Hi Mrs Parker,

No anchors are supplied with this arch. The best place to pick up anchors or ground fixings is a local garden centre or DIY store. We recommend sinking about 200-300mm of the legs into the ground.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From alan saunders In norfolk (05 August 2009)
  Q. How long are the feet from the bottom of the trellis that go into the ground and do you sell the metal cups that the feet go into in the ground?
 
  A. Hi Alan,

The legs sink about 300mm into the ground. This arch shouldn't need anchors, but we do sell them within our fencing section if you require them or they can be obtained from any garden centre or hardware store.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From wendy sinclair In peterborough (06 August 2009)
  Q. Could I fix one of your lightweight mirrors on the back of the Ryeford arch and if yes what would I fix it with. Wendy
 
  A. ear Wendy

Many thanks for your question with regard to fixiing a Lightweight Mirror to the back of the Ryeford Arch by Forest

We would advise you do not attach mirrors to the Arch as this is a free standing arch designed to hold garden roses, honeysuckle etc and a mirror would be too heavy and unstable the arch

We hope this helps

Kind Regards

Huw for GARDENERS WORLD


From pauline In taunton, somerset (05 October 2009)
  Q. Can the ryeford arch be secured with metal stakes? Thanks
 
  A. Hi Pauline

You can indeed secure this using ground spikes, or you can simply sink it into the ground.

We have suitable ground spikes here:

http://www.gardeners-world.net/prod_show.asp?id=3952

If you require any further help please contact us

Kind Regards, The Team @ Gardeners World


From Geoff Summers In Swindon (27 March 2010)
  Q. we require the arch to fit over some steps that are 140 wide can you help?
 
  A. Hi Geoff,

The Ryeford arch won't be wide enough unfortunately. It is 134cm in width at the widest point. You will need an arch with a footprint of 140cm or greater. So a very large arch will be needed indeed!

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Martin Payne In Perth, Scotland (23 August 2010)
  Q. I understand that the upright posts of the Ryeford arch are 3" square. Do you stock metal post spikes for this size and, if you do, how much do they cost?
 
  A. Hi Martin,

We have a number of different post ground anchors available below:

Post Ground Anchors

At present we don't do any spikes though unfortunately.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Mr Caslin In UK (22 March 2011)
  Q. Can you provide the plans for this arch?
 
  A. Hi Mr Caslin,

Thanks for your enquiry. The plans and assembly instructions are provided with the arch when delivered. Are the plans needed to prepare the base area for the arch?

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners World team


From Ann Grant In Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (15 September 2011)
  Q. Please can you tell me what the size of the base is, i.e. size between posts and the size of the posts?
 
  A. Hi Ann,

The distance between the posts is 111cm (3ft 6 inches). The posts used are 3 inch square posts.

Kind regards, Blair of the Gardeners world team


From N BROAD In United Kingdom (04 April 2012)
  Q. I need an arch to fit my steps which are 138cm wide. Could this arch fit?
 
  A. Hi,

Unfortunately not. The distance between the posts of the Ryeford arch is 0.97m. So this would only fit over a path up to 97cm in width at the very most. We do have a selection of wider arches though. Please find the full offering we have at present below:

Garden Arches

Kind regards,

Blair of the Gardeners World team