Native American Garden Decor

Native American Garden Decor

Shop Native American Sculptures and Other Native Cultures Statues and Home Decor of Natives. Shop Native American Sculptures and Other Native Cultures Statues & Home Decor. Ideal for those going for a native American Indian theme in their home are statues or busts of American Indians. Statue.com is proud to offer a large selection of these pieces representing tribes like the Cheyenne, the Apache, the Blackfoot, and the Nez Perce and other tribes. All of these items are extremely colorful as they are hand painted over cold cast designer resin. The attention to detail creates an authentic look replicating these men and women in their natural dress. We also offer home decor and theme American Indian furniture so this is a unique collection of Indian theme products. Statue.com is proud to offer a nice selection of American Indian Statues, native cultures and other Native American Indian Art in our Native American Gallery.
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Native American Garden Decor

Shop Native American Sculptures and Other Native Cultures Statues & Home Decor. Ideal for those going for a native American Indian theme in their home are statues or busts of American Indians. Statue.com is proud to offer a large selection of these pieces representing tribes like the Cheyenne, the Apache, the Blackfoot, and the Nez Perce and other tribes. All of these items are extremely colorful as they are hand painted over cold cast designer resin. The attention to detail creates an authentic look replicating these men and women in their natural dress. We also offer home decor and theme American Indian furniture so this is a unique collection of Indian theme products. Statue.com is proud to offer a nice selection of American Indian Statues, native cultures and other Native American Indian Art in our Native American Gallery.
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Native American Garden Decor

Recycled Aluminum Yard Art & Unique Home Decor Poor Man’s Bronze art gallery and gift shop sells unique recycled metal statues and home and garden yard art. We carry a large selection and specializes in aluminum animal statues, recycled garden décor, scrap metal art, unique garden statues, metal art sculptures, wall décor, whimsical recycled home and garden accents, wooden sculptures, resin castings, junk metal art and much more. Poor Man’s Bronze is nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada foothills in Northern California where the air is fresh, steeped in rich Gold Rush history and the people are friendly. Poor Man’s Bronze sells an eclectic collection of treasures, mainly recycled cast aluminum statues with a wide range of metal yard art for sale. Poor Man’s Bronze has two art galleries located in Jackson, California and Auburn California and are open to the public seven days a week. Big Savings on Garden Statues.
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Native American Garden Decor

Poor Man’s Bronze art gallery and gift shop sells unique recycled metal statues and home and garden yard art. We carry a large selection and specializes in aluminum animal statues, recycled garden décor, scrap metal art, unique garden statues, metal art sculptures, wall décor, whimsical recycled home and garden accents, wooden sculptures, resin castings, junk metal art and much more.
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Native American Garden Decor

Many people who are interested in green living are turning to Native American gardening techniques to learn how foods were grown in the past. Native Americans had to survive on what they grew, as well as what was available in the wild, for their survival. Some of the techniques that they used in the past are still used successfully today.
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Native American Garden Decor

One of the most often used Native American gardening techniques was the Three Sisters. This method used three different seeds planted together in one large mound of dirt. The seeds were corn, squash and beans. Each of these seeds would provide something that the other seeds would need as they grew. The beans would provide nitrogen to the soil, which the corn and squash would need to grow strong. The corn provided a trellis on which the beans would grow. The squash provided cover for the other two plants as they were growing and helped to deter some pests. Some Native Americans would also put a fish or eel in the hole first, and then place the seeds on top before covering with soil. This provided added fertilizer to the soil.
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Native American Garden Decor

The Native American diet consisted of 80 percent fruits and vegetables and 20 percent meat. They did not grow everything they needed because much of what they ate was growing wild around them. Depending upon where they lived they had pine nuts, maple syrup, cranberries, blueberries and many other fruits and nuts growing around them to sustain them. What they collected from their gardens in the fall was stored, often in holes dug in the ground, to help them survive the winter months.
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Native American Garden Decor

The Jerusalem artichoke, also known as the sunchoke, is a perennial sunflower that has edible tubers. Native Americans ate them mashed like potatoes. It was also used as a thickening agent in soups and stews. They were grown along dried river bottoms and in fertile loam soils so that the tubers were easy to dig up once mature. They were grown, and still are today, in the northern third of the United States.

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