This old-school, metal, garden shop sign, with its hodgepodge text and graphics, calls to mind the old Farmers Alamanac. Let it lead the way in your home garden.
Size (approx): 12" x 19" x 3". Letters can become weathered outdoors, for best results place indoors or in a covered area outdoors, away from moisture.
I reviewed this sigh in October 2014. It is still a unique sign that adds character to my garden. The only issue to be aware of is the sign is paper pasted on a metal base. That means that despite having thoroughly spraying the sign with an outdoor polyurethane, it did not weather well and the paper is peeling off the sign. My advice, therefore, and is now noted in the advertisement (I wrote the store in January) that the sign be placed in a protected area. Nevertheless, I bought another sign which i will place in a protected area. It is a beauty of a "vintage sign." I would give it another 5 star rating had I not had issues the first time. It is still an excellent 4 star item.
Dr. Jon Fleming Island, FL on 3rd Mar 2015
I love the vintage look garden hand sign! It is a great size and look. Brenda L on 23rd Feb 2015
This sign has lot's going for it. There are graphics on both sides, it's well made from metal, and it is a nice size. Great reproduction of merchant's advertising signs of days gone by. Frank on 11th Feb 2015
nice design, good solid metal construction and painted well. very pleased and it's an eye catcher near my back door.
the only thing that could be improved would be longer screws that come with it. the one with it are too, too short to safely attach the sign to anything. russell studebaker on 5th Nov 2014
One of my very favorite signs in my garden that is enhanced by placing it on a 4 foot 2x2 pressure treated post (painted black) with a solar light final on top. It looks as though it had been part of the garden for many years. It is a real "eye catcher" and well deserving of a 5 star review.
I hope that there will be similar excellent " finds" in the future. Dr. Jon - Fleming Island, FL on 22nd Oct 2014