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Garden Canopies

It's easy to look at this section and say, "If it's a canopy, and you put it in the garden, that makes it a garden canopy." But you might miss the amazing variety of other functions for which this canopy is perfectly suited. Let's take a closer look and see what they can do for you.

1 Question & 1 Answer
from Riverside, CA asked:
October 3, 2013
Does the garden canopy do well in the rain? Can I leave it up all year around? How does it set on the ground?
1 Answer
You would need to stake the frame into the ground. These are not made to stay up year round. They are not a permanent shelter. They are not water proof, but water resistant. If it should rain, the water would pool up and the top would start to leak if the water is not knocked off. If the water pools on the top, the weight of the water could cause damage to the frame as well.
Submitted by: Emily on October 3, 2013

Practical Uses

What can you do with a garden canopy? Maybe you're picturing an idyllic afternoon in the garden, sheltered from the elements while basking in the great outdoors. But consider this: what if you want to celebrate or spend time with friends while still protecting yourselves against mosquitos and other insects? Many of today's garden canopies feature tie-backs at their corner poles, some that are decorative and some that unite to form an airy but still effective screen barrier.

But the garden canopy's versatility doesn't stop there. Some of these unique tents are also designed for use on wooden decks or as patio enclosures. There are even structures that act as fully functional screenhouses or that mimic the structure and relaxed atmosphere of a (much more expensive) permanent gazebo.

In short, garden canopies are perfect for all sorts of uses. Browse through this section and see - we think you'll find the shelter you've been looking for, both for what you have in mind and so much more.