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Looking for a present for that garden lover that seems to have everything:? Well, here you go. You've found that perfect gift to get them. I got started making these years ago. It has become a sick addiction, but so love piecing them together. And each person likes something different. These add a perfect vertical element to your garden that need no watering. These are glued together with clear silicone that withstands water, heat and cold. These come dissasembled for easier packing and shipping.

This Glass Garden Flower measures about 6 " in diameter and about 3" deep. With the metal hardware it measures about 3 1/2" deep and portrudes about 5" total from and including the PVC pipe. The PVC is 1/2" pipe is painted gold, with three sections that are pieced together with connectors and a 90 connection that you screw the Glass Flower to the top of the post. The PVC itself measures about a total of 43 1/4" tall. From what I can see there are no chips or cracks in the glass.

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Recommendations for Glass Garden Flowers:
These have been tested in my garden for years. I would say that about 99.9% of the time they have done well and NOT BROKE from the glue. Since the stems of these are made of PVC pipe, I would advise that you use a length of a green plastic coated metal garden stake (found at your local gardening center) or a length of rebar and push or mallet into the ground where you want your glass garden flower to be. I would slip the PVC pipe over the garden stake without the flower attached. Then after that is all set in place I’d “screw” the flower onto the PVC. Make sure wherever you put this that you leave room for its swaying motion, as much as happens in your garden. Be careful to not put them too close to other hard items at the glass garden flower level. The flowers themselves are made of glass so glass will break if it is banged up hard enough against something hard. Be careful to put them in a space you feel will survive. In wetter and colder climate I would advise these be brought in during the winter. I live in zone 8 and have had mine out all year round with hardly any problems. I would advise that they do not get wet from sprinklers on a consistent basis. I had placed a couple of my early ones in the path of sprinkler spray. Over time they have eventually turned white because of the hard water.

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This is packed well and ready to ship. Shipping is USPS standard post with insurance and delivery confirmation. Shipping in the US is quoted like it is going to Hawaii or the East Coast from California. If shipping is cheaper I refund the difference back to the next quarter.

Many people have gone further than they thought they could because someone else thought they could. ~Anonymous

Have a great day.
Holey Gwackamoley!

Updated 1/27/13

Octagonal Purple Square Crystal Glass Garden Flower with Post

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, silicone, metal hardware, half inch PVC pipe and fittings
  • Feedback: 95 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.
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