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Metal Flower Garden Torch

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  • Works with standard lamp oil or citronella
  • Burn time of 4 to 6 hours
  • Built-in foot stake
  • Snuffer lid that stores underneath when lit
  • UV-, rust-, and fade-resistant
  • Please note: Do not leave flame unattended
  • Bishop Dahlia and Sunflower designs made in India, Ginger and Cosmos designs made in China
Materials
Powder coated steel
Includes
One Metal Flower Garden Torch, snuffer lid, refillable torch canister. Lamp oil not included
Dimensions
Bishop Dahlia: 14" x 32"; Sunflower: 14" x 32"; Ginger: 8" x 42"; Cosmos: 14" x 36"
Weight
5 lbs

Reviews
5 avg. (1 reviews)


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Metal Flower Garden Torch

$48.95
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UV-, rust-, and fade-resistant · Up to 6 hours of burn time
Crafted from rust-resistant and powder-coated steel, these all-weather garden torches are a perfect pop of color and light for your outdoor space. They light with standard citronella or lamp oil and burn for up to six hours.
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Eric Carroll

A cactus in Kansas? Artist and founder of Desert Steel, Eric Carroll of Wichita wanted to import the majesty of Southwest saguaros to the Great Plains. He turned to rust-resistant steel to out craft Mother Nature and make his garden dreams grow. Desert Steel sculptural creations add durable style and function to any yard. This handcrafted collection of flora and fauna not only serves as decor but also as bird feeders and citronella torches. More than 18 years after creating his first metal saguaro, Eric continues to cut new pieces that enliven environments, no matter the season.
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