Nifty pieces with seasonal interest.
This guy jumped into my hands somehow. Must have had something to do with the torrential downpour that persisted for our entire visit.
Fortunately, there was lots to see inside.
At a loss for a gift? Perhaps you could give them the bird. I mean, give them a bird.
There was a great deal to see outside even though the rain was bouncing off of the pavement. So I got a little wet (drenched really but welcome to the PNW!)
Nudes and semi nudes displayed outside make me feel sorry for them. Sunburn in the summer, frostbite in the winter brr.
There's something for every garden style, unless you eschew garden art. If Danger has started liking ornamental cabbage and kale and has installed her fabulous new agave gate, (it's a thing, not a political scandal involving the large succulent) can it be long until she falls for a piece of yard art? Metal agave? Concrete cactus?
Great pavers that tessellate like the geckos that comprise the floor of the greenhouse at Jungle Fever.
I've a thing for faces in the garden and this birdbath base with allegories of the four seasons on it's sides was tempting. In case you noticed the turbulent water, these weren't fountains, it was just raining that hard.
Nice mosaic-topped items.
There's gnome place like home.
The lovely lady planter (empty-headed broad) on the right wanted to come home with me but She was one of the only things here without an easily-spotted price and I didn't want to bother the worker to come out and get wet too but promised to return when it was nicer outside. Does that make me a fair weather friend? Besides, it gives me time to contemplate what might look good growing out of her head. Perhaps a stylish sempervivum hat?
Mermaids and frogs are right at home in water. These gals seem to be taking advantage of the situation by shampooing their hair.
Cutsy or classic, you'll certainly find it here! Sorry that I didn't take more pictures but cameras aren't known for their love of rain.
Wonderful products and friendly folks make Fleur de Lis worth the drive! By the way, the sale might still be going on! For further information, check out their website here.