Large Cow Parsley
A Rusted Metal Garden Sculptures
A sculptural interpretation of the Cow Parsley’s seed head swaying gently in the wind, we think our largest sized sculpture makes a dramatic addition to any garden.
Displayed as part of a planting scheme or perhaps in groups our garden sculptures are sure to be a real feature, adding interest to your garden throughout the year.
Crafted from steel, sculptures are treated to promote the rusting process and are then allowed to rust naturally. We love the warm, rich, rust patina that forms during the rusting process and seeing it evolve with time.
Our seed heads look great in groups and we offer a reduction on individual prices, please do contact us for pricing.
Overall Height (including stalk) 221cm
Thickness 8mm Weight 4.50kg
Our sculptures are delivered by courier and as long as they can collect we will send your sculpture as soon as possible. If the courier services have to stop operating and you have already placed an order then we would be happy to hold onto your sculpture and send it at the earliest opportunity or offer you a refund.
In the meantime we are going to spend the quieter times working on some new designs and would be more than happy to work with you if you have your own ideas for a more bespoke sculpture. Please do drop us a note or give a ring 0750 121 3800
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Simon and Sharon
All of our sculptures are delivered to you via a courier service. We aim to deliver your sculpture within 6 to 10 days from the receipt of your order. If you need your sculpture sooner please contact us and we will do our best to get it to you for the required date.
The delivery cost for mainland UK is £4.50 per order. For the Highlands and Islands please contact us.
Europe / Worldwide – We have delivered sculptures all over the world. If you need a delivery outside the UK please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us using the contact us page.
Installation is easy– Simply push the stalk into the ground. If the ground is hard try making a pilot hole first with a garden cane or if the going is really tough we have resorted to a cordless drill with an 8mm drill bit.