Garden Wind Spinner With Glowing Rosebud




Six feet tall, our Garden Wind Spinner With Glowing Rosebud spins by day and glows by night. A hammered metal rosebud with an antique copper finish spins around a glow-in-the-dark center globe that is kept in place by an elegant frame. This beautifully colored globe soaks in the sunlight to release a soft, speckled glow at night. An entertaining piece of kinetic art for your landscaped spaces, garden retreat or patio area you can enjoy all season long. A Wind & Weather Exclusive Design.

• Metal rosebud spins around a glow-in-the-dark globe
• Glass ball releases a speckled glow at night
• Weather-resistant antique copper finish
• Year-round outdoor kinetic art
• Metal yard stake included

15-1/4"W x 74"H


Very attractive wind spinner

Reviewed on: 5/8/2014 10:16:00 AM

A bit difficult to assemble unless you have small hands but once complete it looks great. The ball does not glow as advertised but still attractive. Also, don't tighten the center nut too tight or it won't spin at all.


Lovely spinner,but Very hard to assemble

Reviewed on: 12/17/2013 8:02:00 AM

I fell in love with wind spinners while visiting Santa Fe, NM. I recently ordered 6 spinners from Wind & Weather. This one is one of my favorites. It is probably the most beautiful when it moves, but takes a little more wind than the others to get going. Sturdy and well-made, but very time-consuming and difficult to put together! If you enjoy the challenge, then this one is a keeper. Forget about the bulb glowing- none of them do (I live in FL- plenty of sun).



Reviewed on: 8/29/2013 12:56:00 PM

My tulip spinner has not spun since I assembled & placed it on hill above my house


Did not last a year

Reviewed on: 8/27/2013 1:38:00 PM

Absolutely loved this when I bought it--only immediate down-side was that the globe did not glow. Longer term problems--the metal corrodes and gets twisted by the wind--once it is slightly twisted then the whole thing is out of balance and the metal vanes end up tearing. Only lasted about 10 months. I kept the parts hoping to rebuild with a non-corroding metal. Special problem areas--where the vanes attach and the bend of the vanes.


Garden wind spinner with rosebud

Reviewed on: 5/4/2013 2:18:00 PM

I love this wind spinner BUT there is false advertising here that you should know about. The center globe does NOT glow at night. I live in Arizona where the sun shines almost all the time and since I am in an area where street lights etc. are not allowed it is very very dark at night. I even had them send me a new globe. Nope I do love the spinner, just don't expect it to glow!