Stainless steel garden Mackerel!!!! They are 12" long and the rods are 18" . A great complement to and of the stainless steel garden Bass. Sold individually - look best in schools of 3 or more.
STAINLESS-STEEL GARDEN FISH
The sight of our stainless-steel garden fish — bass, salmon and mackerel — “swimming” among garden greens, flowers, shrubs and trees will bring a smile to the face of any visitor. Their neutral reflective surface provides an ideal contrast with leafy garden greenery, and they’ll continue to enchant and amuse for a lifetime because they are virtually indestructible. They won’t rust and are not affected by cold or heat. Looking for a custom shape? Simply bend their bodies by pressing them over a firm, rounded surface. The illusion of movement seems to grow stronger if you place them in a school of three or more. To install, simply press their mounting rods into the ground. Vary positions occasionally to keep viewers guessing where the fish will swim next!
Posted by Unknown on 20th Jun 2016
I've wanted fish in my garden since I first saw this vendor as the Pennsylvania Horticultural show a few years ago. My daughter said, why don't you just order them?! I did and I love them.
Posted by Carol S. on 14th Mar 2016
I have a small shade garden with many different varieties of hosta plants. The mackerel create the effect of an underwater garden. Love how the stainless steel mackerel play with the filtered light against the green, yellow and white tones of the hosta! A must have!!
Posted by Bob Cook on 10th Jul 2015
I bought several of the Mackerel. I put them swimming through my bamboo grove. The effect is stunning. They look like they are swimming through a kelp field. All my gardening friends are SO jealous. These are the coolest things ever.
Bob in Seattle
Posted by Kevin B on 11th May 2015
Got a mackerel to go with 2 striped bass to give them something to eat! Everyone loves the detail on the mackerel. Great gift for striper fishermen and/or gardeners from Massachusetts to Maine.
Posted by Bob on 28th Mar 2015
I saw these at the Seattle Flower & Garden Show. I new I had to have them. Careful placement in the garden is very important. Be sure you use an odd number. Japanese garden rules state that odd numbers are a must.
I love them.
Bob in seattle