Anyone seen those spinners in the garden centres that are more than slightly beyond tacky? The idea is great – reflect a bit of light and create some movement. Heavens to betsy people have even searched for them on my site.
Baa bow – sorry guys.
BUT i have an alternative – not as cheap but their is loads of arrangement and placement fun.
Its made from stainless steel and you can open them up and place a plant inside. A true contemporary hanging basket. Now its £80 – but its versatile and it will last. Loads of spinning fun. Plus it moves in the wind. Its hypnotic. I promise. I have been watching it most of the day.
Maybe you need to go cheaper – what about a traditional garden gazing globe. Very popular with the Victorians. It spins, reflects and are great garden art ornaments with a capital GO. Its only £21.99.
Relax, ornamentation is becoming acceptable. The architects have said so. There is tacky and there is tacky. Garden Beet is treading a fine line – its up to you to place ornaments with style.
Unlike the RHS if you want gnomes and rainbows we think yah yah – go on then – ….as long as production has some eco ethical bent – and can you make the placement interesting?