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Garden wind chimes are one thing you should not buy online. How will you know how they look and sound in situ in your backyard? Picking the wrong wind chime can be annoying at best, and infuriating at worst. You need a new wind chime that offers a sound that is pleasant to your ear and eye.
The best way to see (and hear) our beautiful outdoor wind chimes is to do it in person. At our Hoppers Crossing location, we have a huge range of garden wind chimes, and an even bigger range of garden decor for you to peruse. Whatever look or feel you are looking for in your backyard, we can help you bring it to life.
We don't stop at plants. When it comes to garden decor, All Green Nursery & Garden is the best in the business. We take pride in helping families, couples, individuals, and businesses bring their landscaping and gardening dreams to life. We take recommending wind chimes just as seriously as we take gardening advice.
We have entire teams of trained horticulturists, landscaping experts, and dedicated customer service staff. When you arrive at our Hoppers Crossing store, simply ask a member of staff for 'wind chimes', and you will be pointed to someone with expertise in garden decor.
Have you ever driven around with a wind chime in the car? Trust us — it's really not fun. You get all of the noise of wind chimes with none of the tranquility. Not to mention how bulky they can get — larger wind chimes can take up over an entire passenger seat with ease.
Fortunately, All Green is here to help. We deliver garden decor and other landscaping supplies to homes and businesses around Melbourne. There's no limit to what you can order for delivery. From a single item, to an entire symphony of wind chimes, we can have your order packed up and on the way in just a few business days.
Wind chimes are a basic percussion instrument comprised of tubes or shapes made from timber or metal on varying lengths of string. Wind and breezes blow through the tubes making them collide to produce a pleasant sound. The specific tones will depend on the length of the tubes or shapes that are in motion.
Wind chimes trace their origins back to ancient China, where emperors and generals employed wind chimes to ward off evil and attract good spirits. Wind chimes made their way west in the 1800s as Japan and China began to open up trading to Europe. Ever since then, they have been a popular staple in homes and gardens all over the world.
Wind chimes, like anything with string and weighted ends, can get tangled. Fortunately, most of the wind chimes we stock at All Green have enough bottom weight to not tangle easily. However, outdoor wind chimes can be prone to tangling in high winds, so we recommend taking them down when it starts to get blustery.
Yes, we can. All Green delivers wind chimes, water fountains, and any other kind of decor to homes and businesses around Melbourne. There's no minimum or maximum limit to what you can order for delivery — only what's in stock. Our delivery fees are calculated based on your proximity to our Hoppers Crossing location.
Learn more about delivery from All Green, or get in touch with our friendly customer service team.
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