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Great for waterside displays: bring the coastal life to your home with heron lawn ornaments. These animal statues are lovely in any garden, but they look especially beautiful in lake house, pond side, and riverside gardens, or near water features. As these majestic animals overlook your serene waters, they ll bring tranquility to your abode. Beautify your yard: heron yard decorations are a handsome addition to any garden. These decorative bird sculptures come in a patina gray and blue-green finish that will nicely complement your other garden decor. The great blue heron stands 43 inches and the stately heron is 31 inches high, tall enough to stand above flowers and Small shrubs. Gorgeous cast aluminum: plumes of feathers are carefully etched, legs are Ridged with texture for a naturalistic appearance. The blue and Grey Verdi finish is a subtle color stands out in your garden and complements the surrounding natural beauty of your plantings. Cast aluminum is durable and long-lasting and will not rust. Secure and stable: heron garden accents come with stakes to anchor in the ground and secure for windy weather. Holes are provided in the feet to insert the stakes. The statue can also stand on its own on a porch or patio surface, even indoors. Who we are: at Achla Designs, we create unique, handmade European garden accessories and furnishings. We continue to add to our exquisite product line each Year, resulting in a large selection of items for you to Choose from for your home and lawn decor.
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North America's largest, the stately Great Blue Heron is the one that first comes to mind, with its long legs and giant wingspan. Its ability to long stand still and patient in wait of its prey makes it an ideal artist's subject. Slightly smaller than life-size, the Great Blue Heron is a striking accent to the landscape.
Customer reviewsMisalignment Not Caught
This Blue heron arrived well packed but intentionally in two pieces -- the main body and the legs with attached feet. Theoretically the rods coming out of the top of the two legs should have just slipped into the base of the heron's body. With the Heron I received, one of these rods is not aligned correctly or the slot in the body is not aligned correctly and will not fit all the way into its body slot. That means that both rods are exposed showing about an inch of rod between the body and top of the legs. From a distance the Heron looks OK but within twenty feet or less, this GAP is very noticeable. For a pricey garden accent piece, I find this problem unacceptable