The people frequently assemble in bowers and arbours constructed of leafy boughs to hear kathas recited.
In places the wild muscadine and scuppernong vines stretched from tree to tree, making arbours which were always full of butterflies and buzzing insects.
The Berchemias grow in any good garden soil, and may be used to cover tree-stumps and roots, arbours, trellis, and the like.
This beautiful though common plant may be used for the open border, for festooning branches, for covering arbours, trellises, and the like, or for rambling over shrubs, growing freely in any good ordinary garden soil.
It is also suited for covering porches, pergolas, and arbours, and in late summer and autumn, when every long drooping branch is thickly hung with small orange-scarlet berries, it is pretty.
It is useful for covering a wall quickly for summer effect or for arbours, trellises, and pergolas, and thrives in almost any soil in shade or sun.
It is not so suitable for arbours or trellises as for walls; the heat from the walls aids in ripening the wood, and so enables it to withstand the winter.
America, and valuable for its rapid twining growth, for trailing over trelliswork and arbours.
Whilst some vines are valuable for the walls of houses, others may be used for covering arbours, pergolas, the pillars of verandahs, old tree stumps, or sloping banks.
For covering arbours, walls, verandahs, or old tree stumps there is no climber which produces so brilliant an effect in so short a time.
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