Gone fishing! Hovering above perennials or swimming through tall ornamental grasses, these fish are an unexpected and eye-catching embellishment to any garden. The steel sculptures are a burnished silver color with a pleasing surface texture. Gold-colored accents are applied by hand, making each a unique work of art.
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Comments about : Fish Out of Water Garden Stakes, Set of 5:
The fish are well made and I'll work well in front of evergreens. Nice addition to the garden.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Port ludlow wa
I've always wanted some fish swimming thru my rock stream but could not afford the prices on the ones I liked. These are wonderful. Shiny metal with a touch of gold, long stakes that will keep.them above your greenery.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Elegant and simple addition to a lakeside cottage landscape
By Beau Rivage
from New Buffalo, MI
These look amazing peeking out of the dune grasses with Lake Michigan in the background. We've gotten many, many compliments.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Kitty Grammy
from Carlisle, PA
These fish are the perfect accent to any Garden. I originally purchase them for my daughter and she loved them so much she actually purchased more. I decided to purchase them as well and I'm so happy I did! They are beautiful!
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Would buy again
from Sacramento, California
Bought the set of 5 for our daughter as a Christmas gift. She loved them. They look great by her pool.
Love these fish!
from North Port, Florida
They look great around our lanai!
I bought this as a gift
from Redfield SD
recipient of gift liked the fish out of water
from New Richmond, OH
These fish stakes are crazy cute. Two reasons I didn't give 5 stars: ) One of the stakes could not be screwed into the fish body by hand. I had to use the vice to hold the stake and turn the fish which worked fine. 2) One of the fish bodies was scratched in several places (not minor).
By garden grandma
was for a gift and was well liked
Swimming Up Stream
By Happy Gardener
from San Jose, CA
I'm always forgetting to water the plants on one side of my house, so I ripped them out and put in a dry stream bed with these fishies swimming along. Makes following the path fun. Still tweaking but it's coming along.
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