Monday, May 21, 2018

A wonderful solar lamp, courtesy of Fern Valley Art

I've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of this beautiful palm leaf solar lamp, courtesy of Fern Valley Art's generous donation to the Garden Blogger's Fling banquet raffle this year in Austin, Texas.

I was the lucky winner and am delighted to be able to add it to our front garden;  it is perfect for the front of the house, replacing an industrial-looking solar light.  Hooray, it came today!

This one is 28" high, so provides structural and artistic flare as well as light in the garden.  We're not sure exactly where it will go yet, either here or to the left of the front porch. It's beautiful in both places; perhaps we'll need a second smaller one...



Fern Valley Art is an artist-owned business in Keller, Texas. Wanda Stutzman creates wonderful metal garden art as well as a range of garden lamps in her studio; check out her work at the Fern Valley Art website.

https://www.fernvalleyart.com/gallery

Daffodil Fern and Vine

Fern Valley Art Palm Leaf solar lamp



9 comments:

  1. Nice! That's a wonderful lamp; good to see how it's working in your garden.

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  2. It looks perfect in that spot and in your garden, Lisa. So glad you won such a beautiful and useful raffle item!

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  3. That is so beautiful, Lisa! It looks perfectly at home in that spot. :)

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    1. I like that space the best, but my husband likes it on the porch -- we'll just have to see how it looks at night!

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  4. I might have to buy one!

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    1. It is a lovely light -- well worth the money, for a perfect piece of functional garden art.

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  5. Envious, but it does look like it belongs in your garden.

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  6. It's beautiful and totally fits in your garden!

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