The Laburnum arch with purple allium at Bayview Farm and Garden, owner Maureen Murphy, at Whidbey Island, Langley, Washington. (It should be noted that all parts of this plant are poisonous.)
Rustic tunnel in an Atlanta garden. Photo by Martha Tate, co-exec Producer for HGTV, columnist for Atlanta AJC. Download this wallpaper at the link!! (I could sit in front of my computer all day with this view.)
Barbed wire trellis.
Pretty much “perfect.”
Rosie’s garden bench, over-looking her vegetable patch. Lancashire, UK
Above: Trellis, drawn between 1680-1705, by the artist Jean Berain.
Eight volumes from the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries entitled“Collected Theatre Sets” contain drawings and prints dedicated to the festivals and ceremonies of the French court of the king. They are housed at the National Archives in Paris, Menus Plaisirs du roi. The best artists of the day created drawings and prints of theater sets, costumes, and detailed imagery which were used by the court to organize and stage live performance events or celebrations (and thereby impress spectators of the court).
Versailles, rose trellis.
I wish I knew which rose this is, but I don’t for certain. However, if I was trying to duplicate this effort in a garden, I would use ‘St. Swithun’ as a climbing rose (bred by David Austin) because it is a reliable, prolific, repeat bloomer with a wonderful fragrance.
Clematis ‘Niobe’ is a vine that I’d like to plant with a yellow Lady Banks rose. In the meantime, I’ll settle for it climbing on a trellis.