Yes! Our garden art is sculpted and blown, so there is no way for water to collect, freeze and expand. If you have one of our glass flowers, make sure it is draining properly by keeping it free of debris and installed in soft soil. If water is collecting in your flower, rinse it out and try again.
Using a rubber mallet, pound 1/2" copper pipe into ground until there is no lateral movement of the pipe. If you do not have a rubber mallet, put a piece of wood in between the top of pipe and use a regular hammer. Be sure to not damage the copper pipe's edge. Slide the glass piece over top of pipe.
Our glassblowing studio is not open to the public regularly, but we do allow scheduled visits to see live glassblowing and purchase product. Email email@example.com if you want to schedule a visit with us in Oak Harbor.
We are at the Issaquah Farmers Market and Everett Farmers Market weekly, except when we sell at larger art shows. Visit our calendar to learn more.
Our products are also available at various nurseries and garden stores in the Pacific Northwest, including Molbak's in Woodinville, Garden Gear & Gallery in Edmonds, and The Barn Nursery in Olympia.
If one of your Calcifer Glass pieces broke, bring it to our booth at the farmers market so we can determine how it broke and how we can help you replace it!