Butterfly Plant Stakes
I really wish this would not have been in the outdoor section. I would never have bought them. I am just not happy with them. Don't waste your money they are wooden pegs that break when you touch them.
June 1, 2012
Just takes a little work to make them work
I use these outside but, after reading the various reviews, I glued the backs first thing. Since they were used outside, I spray them with Poly, both sides. This is Texas with temps at 110 and wind... They lasted the entire season.
May 5, 2012
Unfortunately, I did not focus in on the description that stated "for indoor use". The photo displaying the item is deceiving since it appears the stakes are used outdoors. My fault. For indoor use they are quite cute and they are very detailed and colorful.
June 23, 2011
Although pretty, these butterfly plant stakes do not last but a few days at the most. The wings fall off and you can't put them back on. A waste of money! I don't believe the ad says "For inside use only"
May 9, 2011
I do just love these.........The price was decent & the butterflies are so pretty! I dont know why they come on beige sticks tho?? They TRULY attract butterflies too! I couldn't believe it!
July 12, 2010
They lasted only minutes in a gentle breeze in pots beside the house protected by the steps. I am going to request my money back.
July 8, 2010
Stakes are made of thin wood - will not hold up in weather. The wooden stakes aren't even pointed on the ends to that they will go into any sort of arrangement easily. The butterflies are very flimsy plastic - they immediately "wilted" in the heat. They had only been outside for a few days when one of the butterlies was in pieces. This was a horrible purchase! I do NOT recommend them!!!
July 1, 2010
After one wind storm i picked up wings all over the yard,3 of 12 survived with no damage,the rest lost at least one wing,not good!!!!!
June 29, 2010