Adding garden gnomes to your garden turf can make your lovely garden turf more fun, despite the divide between those that hate them and those that don’t. Often depicted as the curse of good-taste in general gardening conversation and in culture references (film; The Full Monty, 1997 springs to mind), garden gnomes get a bad press. Perhaps this is unreasonable.
Garden turf is a simple and yet beautiful way to create the finest green lawn one could possibly wish for, being green and tantalisingly beautiful. Enthusiastic garden turf owners may find that they want to cheer up their special green lawns with a little frivolity and joy.
Garden turf can form a great relationship with the numerous garden gnomes available. Various positions, shapes and actions are available in varying materials. Whilst popularity of the many kinds of garden gnomes is indisputable, the one that seems to be the most well-liked is the fishing gnome. Other popular gnomes that people use to brighten up their garden turf fall into a few main categories.
Working gnomes are specifically designed to perform a task, such as cleaning away dead leaves, chopping wood or doing some digging – that’s why they’ll be holding an axe, a broom or a spade.
Cultural gnomes that play instruments and music, or read poetry or novels can give a garden turf lawn an atmosphere of cultural significance.
Gnomes of leisure are relaxed creatures, who like to sit down to smoke their pipe on a garden turf lawn, or have a doze whilst lying down.
Garden turf need never be just garden turf again. Adding a collection of garden gnomes to the garden turf lawn can create a whole new dimension of joy and excitement.