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Garden for Victory Flag
Made from Certified Recycled Materials

Garden for Victory Flag

Item # 89346
Item is sold out.

The fade- and mildew-resistant image is printed with vivid, permanent dye.

Printed in the USA!
Show the world you're proud of your garden and have a positive impact on the environment in the process! Our new Garden for Victory Flags are a unique and beautiful expression of your support of home gardening. And for those of us who are trying to go "green", this piece of garden art is perfect -- it's made from certified recycled materials. Each flag uses 8 to 10 16-oz plastic bottles. They are reprocessed into flakes, then melted and spun into fibers, which are in turn spun into strands and woven into a synthetic polyester cloth. That's a good bit of plastic being saved from the landfills!

And all this "good-for-the-environment" stuff is in addition to the fact that this new flag is just plain neat! Our Garden for Victory image is vividly colored, using a permanent dye. It's fade and mildew resistant, promising you years of superior performance. A great gift for any gardener!

Fits standard flag poles. Measures 28 inches wide and 40 inches high.

Item Form Accessories
Additional Characteristics Decorations, For Her, For Him, Garden Art, Stocking Stuffers
Occasion All Occasion
Recipient Father, For Her, For Him, Gifts for Gardeners, Grandparent, Mother, Teacher
Restrictions Guam, Canada, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Average Based on 2 Reviews Write a Review
Perfect: durable, recycled, motivational, and just plain cool.
Judith from NC wrote (January 06, 2013):
I like vintage, am a dedicated recycler, and this makes me smile when I see it. Plus I've had several neighbors (younger and older) and a couple complete strangers stop to say they like it. It's a winner all-round.
love this the message...super quality...doesn't fade
mary ann from IA wrote (October 24, 2012):
had many compliments on this great flag... reminds people of the victory gardens of days gone by...