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Tulip Garden Stake

When your tulips have yet to burst through the spring soil, this jewel stands as their beacon - a testament to the beauty that is just around the corner. Finely crafted from stainless and weathered steel, the detail on this garden stake is impressive. Each petal of the double-layered corolla has discernible lines and veins. Delicate stamens rise from the center, seemingly mobile, as if caressed by a passing breeze. Even the stem has individual leaves, also fully detailed. This stake makes a singular statement in any area of your garden, and can also create vertical interest in areas of low or sparse plantings. Stainless steel, weathered steel 6" in diameter x 37" H overall Easy assembly Gardener's Supply Exclusive

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