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Glowing LED Garden Ghosts, Set of 4

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Glowing LED Garden Ghosts, Set of 4
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Description
Each glowing ghost's head features a bright flashing LED alternating blue, red and green light. Gauzy white poly fabric lends an eerie glow to these specters. On/off switch; button cell battery included. Use indoors or out.

• Set of 4 glowing ghosts with LED lights
• Flashing LED alternated blue, red and green
• Gauzy white poly fabric "floats" in the air
• Use indoors or out

Size
Each ghost is 50"H
Includes hanging loop and two-piece ground stake
Reviews
2.8
2.8 (based on 9 customer reviews)

By mary
From
Comments about Product:
Love these...can't wait to see the response of our trick or treaters on Halloween!

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By Elizabeth
FromRichmond, Va
GREAT FUN!!!!
Comments about Product:
I love to decorate for Halloween, it is one of my favorite holidays!!! I have purchased several Halloween items from P&H over the years and have received numerous complements on my decorations. Thanks for always having new and unique items. The Staked and Hanging Ghosts were a huge hit!

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By JLee
FromIndiana
Poorly made
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The stakes were very weak and broke within days of putting them up. We tried hanging them and those snapped as well. They are cute, but poorly constructed.

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By cato
FromOklahoma City
LED Garden Ghosts
Comments about Product:
These are really cute,the kids love them, but they are really poorly made. I put them in the ground and 5 minutes later they were on the ground. The posts are cheap plastic, the spade that goes in the ground is cheap plastic, bends in a 5 MPH wind.. I will remake them to use the rest of the season, and hope they last for next year.

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By LTB
FromSt. Paul, MN
big bummer
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These ghosts would be so cute, unfortunatly the stakes broke right when we tried to put them in the ground. Big disappointment.

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By Tony
FromRochester, N.Y.
Garden Ghosts
Comments about Product:
I suggest using your own PVC pipes, when you try and put thses in the ground, the stakes break.But the ghosts themselves are very cute

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By Puddin
FromLowcountry of SC
Love The Ghosts
Comments about Product:
Would reorder and recommend to a friend if the lighting problem was corrected. After one rain lights no longer changed color stayed red. Sticks are not strong enough.

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By Leona
FromDenver, CO
Cute but Cheap
Comments about Product:
I put these up today. They are super cute but the steaks are plastic and break easily. And just like the last customer posted... the slightest breeze and they are falling over. I think I can make it work but would not recommend!

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By Sue
FromFlorida
Not worth the money.
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Ghosts kept falling over with slightest breeze. Stakes are plastic and bent easily.

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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.


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The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.


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