First off, I have to state I’m doing this blog post purely out of mischief. Today, I ran across some garden gnomes for your yard and was reminded that my brother-in-law Scott is rather weirded out by them. He thinks gnomes are kind of creepy. My sister Lorri and I are very compassionate about this issue, we have them everywhere. It’s all in good fun of course and Scott can certainly give some animated discussions regarding our garden gnomes. Hey, they’re cute, not creepy.

If you tend to agree with Lorri and me and think gnomes are cute, then you’ll enjoy the garden gnomes below to accent your gardens, deck and patios. I’ve selected some of my favorite garden gnome figures, statues - well anything outdoor gnome related from various online merchants. I hope you enjoy browsing through them.

At Exterior Accents, you can select from an assortment of garden gnomes.They are available in a variety of themes or if you prefer just your standard cute gnome, they have plenty of them.

A little more about why I like gnomes.
One year my family took a camping trip to the North Georgia Mountains. My Granny Ruth accompanied us on the trip. Early one morning Granny and the grandchildren took a walk along the large creek. We spotted an old tree stump with steam rising out of the top of it. My Granny told us that a little old man lived in the tree stump and he was smoking his pipe. Needless to say, we were all delighted with her story and in my mind the old man would have looked like a gnome. Ahh, There is nothing like the fond memories of childhood.

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