These antiqued metal Angel statues are absolutely gorgeous! Picture how beautiful one of these would look in the middle of one of your flower beds. These vintage Angels are a great addition to any home or garden.
The lower part of each statue below can be used as a trellis. Plant your favorite climbing plants. Some plant ideas are morning glory, clematis, roses, or maybe black-eyed Susan. You can also anchor one of these Angels to a flower container.
Although these Angel statues are all pretty similar, we’ll take a look at each of them and I’ll also include some care tips for each of them.
Garden Angel Trellis Statue Holding Heart
The Angel Trellis statue holding a heart is truly a work of art, with her detailed hair, eyes, nose, and lips, she is absolutely remarkable. She measures 32 inches tall and her circular base measures 8 inches in diameter. The lower part of the statue can be used as a plant trellis for your favorite climbing plants. The Angel is easy to assemble. Simply slide her wings onto her back and the assembly is complete.
Garden Angel Trellis Statue With Praying Hands
The Angel statue with praying hands is charming. It has a vintage rustic look to it. This statue would look great indoors or outdoors. It measures 23’’ in height, has a wingspan of 11″ and a circular base of 7’’ in diameter. It’s all-metal, and it was hand-painted to withstand the weather. Assembly and installation are really easy. Simply slide her wings onto her back and the assembly is complete. This Angel statue can be placed in the middle of a flower bed in your garden or on a front lawn. Some have also used solar LED lights. You can wrap these lights around her and she will glow at night making her the centerpiece of your garden.
Garden Angel Trellis Statue Holding Star Wand
Another work of art! She could be the star of your garden. The detail that went into her face is fantastic. She stands 26 inches in height and has a circular bottom that measures 6.5 inches in diameter. The bottom can be used as a plant trellis. You can plant some morning glories, Black-eyed Susan or Clematis to name a couple of climbing plants.