Simple Four Square Garden Stake

$25.95 USD
Item# 97311
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Screws together for a secure fit and easy assembly
  • Extra durable ground stake for added support
  • A fun and decorative addition to your garden or yard
  • Stands approximately 25-1/2" high, 18-1/2" wide
  • Features displays for four 4-1/4" tiles or panels


Product Description

Create a custom address marker, capture the seasons or your favorite summer blooms in glass and show them off in this sturdy four square garden stake display. Sturdy stand screws together easily and features a strong, metal stake for added support. Stand measures approximately 25-1/2" high and 18-1/2" wide with openings to display four 4-1/2" tiles, stained glass or mosaic panels. Simply secure panels to the stand using silicone adhesive to display your glass garden art. 

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great addition of color to a garden
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Pros : Easy to use for a project. Easy assembly
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Other Thoughts : My first project I did different flowers and colors in each window. What nice, but bought another and this time I hope to have a continued design that travels into each pane.
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  •   Garden stake
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Pros : I've used this garden stake for several gifts. It works very well and looks sharp at the front of the house!
Cons : none
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  •   Nice architectural design
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Pros : Sturdy metal garden stake. Well made and accepts small panels nicely.
Cons : Lays very low to the ground since.
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