If you have been recently inspired to purchase a wine bottle tree or bottle bush, you are probably wondering “Where do I find those beautiful colored bottles for my bottle tree?” Well, here ya go. Here are a selection of beautiful bottle collections that you can purchase for your wine bottle tree:
We hope you like this selection of colored bottles for bottle trees! Your beautiful garden creation has unlimited creative potential. Combining different sized bottles, different shapes and different colors are part of the fun. When designing your wine bottle tree, the general rule is “There are no rules.” Have fun with your bottle tree creations with your new supply of colored bottles.
This sturdy framed metal wine bottle tree is also referred to as a wine bottle bush because it is a little shorter than the standard wine bottle tree. At 36″ tall, it is made from 3/8″ powder coated steal and stands sturdy. and holds 11 bottles. Create your own unique garden creation by adding various colored wine bottles, beer bottles, apothecary bottles and more! With 11 branches and your imagination you can produce many different combinations using an assortment of Colored Bottles for Your Bottle Tree
5.0 out of 5 stars – Easy to put together and easy to move the tines
By Leahon October 30, 2014
Easy to put together and easy to move the tines. It is a beautiful addition to my flower bed. Heck, I probably will purchase another one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars – It’s great and the size fits along my deck and blends …
By Karen Klineon August 17, 2014
It’s great and the size fits along my deck and blends in well the flowers, have had heavy rain and winds and it held up with no problems, I will be ordering more for gifts this is a great find and for the price you can’t go wrong!
It is said that the original intent of Bottle Trees was to trap bad spirits. Bottle trees reportedly first arrived in American by way of the African slave trade. As a result, bottle trees first became popular in the South.
Hundreds of years later, the creation of Bottle Trees are now a popular art form. These beer and wine bottle trees are now being displayed at garden shows, craft fairs and farmers markets. Garden writer and photographer Felder Rushing has encountered thousands of bottle trees and other forms of glass garden art in his travels. In his book BOTTLE TREES he presents 60 of his favorite bottle tree art creations, from the backyards of Mississippi to the Chelsea Flower Show to the glass fantasies of Dale Chihuly. With humor and affection he tells the stories behind the photographs: the history and lore of bottle trees and glass sculpture, and the inspired people who make them.
AMAZON REVIEW: 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Bottle Trees: and the Whimsical Art of Garden Glass
By GEORGIA W. CARLTON on January 18, 2013
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I purchased this book through Amazon. It is such a beautiful book. I enjoyed reading all of the stories of Mr. Felder’s journey through many gardens. Bottle Trees have a very long history and he makes you feel like you are present in each garden. What magnificent art! It makes you want to run out and start your very own tree. So many ways to express yourself in this “whimsical art of garden glass”. I hope this is just the beginning of many books to come of his journeys of bottle trees.
Whether it is your first time thinking about a bottle tree or if you are a seasoned bottle tree expert, this book is a must have. You’ll be inspired by the dazzling photographs as well as the fascinating folklore about bottle trees. Simplistic in his approach, Felder provides a tour through the bottle tree universe with full color photos of some of the most interesting bottle trees with fun and simple commentary. It also makes an interesting coffee table book for your garden gazebo, sun room, or any eco friendly business as it provides inspiration on how to turn your waste colored bottles into beautiful bottle tree art. Whether you gather them slowly, or just jump in and purchase colored bottles for your bottle trees, this book will definitely inspire you!
The Solar Garden Stake Wine Bottle Tree is a simplistic 9-limp garden bottle tree made from solid iron and designed to be pushed into the ground with its sturdy iron “feet”. This freestanding bottle tree appears to just come out of the ground like a regular tree, with no visible base to obstruct the clean look of the tree. Your new solar wine bottle tree will joyfully hold your colorful empty bottles up to the sun to reflect the color, and then shines with LED lights at night with power from solar. Wine bottles are not included. Measures 9″L x 9″W x 72″H.
This Porcupine Bottle Tree is ideal for either drying your wine bottles after cleaning, or for creating your own artistic wine bottle tree. Constructed of solid metal, this bottle tree is sturdy enough to hold up to 18 wine bottles on the tree. For home winemakers, you’ll find this bottle tree an attractive alternative to the traditional red plastic bottle trees that are typically found at home wine brewing stores. For home designers and gardeners, you’ll find this design ideal for creating a colorful “porcupine” of wine bottles that is limited only by your creativity. Wine drying tree or artistic wine bottle tree, either way you won’t be disappointed. This bottle tree measures 13-1/2-inch high by 11-inch wide by 11-inch deep, without the bottles.
This wine bottle racking system is brilliantly designed for the organized winemaker. Are you a little frustrated with using your bottle drying tree for drying the bottles you use in wine making?
The FastRack wine bottle drying system consists of two FastRack drying racks which are made of heavy duty plastic that securely holds and stores 12 wine bottles or those larger artisan style beer bottles. This system offers dependable draining, excellent drying, and convenient storage. Each rack or “level” of FastRack is about the same size as a regular case of beer. The rack holds the wine bottles securely and collects any water drips so your floor doesn’t get soaked underneath like when using a traditional wine bottle tree. Buying a pair of these holds up to two dozen wine bottles in one place for completely convenient and hassle free wine bottle drying. The best part is that the system is modular, meaning you can buy additional FastRack wine bottle drying racks in the future and stack them right on top of your existing racks.
FastRack Wine Bottle Drying And Storage System:
Made of plastic in the USA.
Each FastRack bottle drying rack will hold 12 wine bottles or large beer bottles.
Drying racks are dishwasher safe.
FastRack Tray Dimensions: 12 7/8″L x 9 3/4″W x 3 3/8″H.
FastRack Drying Rack Dimensions: 11 5/8″L x 8 3/8″W x 4 1/4″H
You’ll love this beautiful Solar Peacock Wine Bottle Tree!
Sturdily made from iron, this proud peacock holds 5 empty wine bottles in place of its tail feathers for a beautiful colorful display of light. During the day the colorful bottles (that you provide) will shine on the bottles, and this metal wine bottle sculpture is even more dazzling at night when the bottles you choose light up by the use of LED lights. The lights are powered by an AA rechargeable battery (included), and recharge by solar power. With just the additional selection of colored bottles for your bottle tree, your garden will be cheerful and bright with this beautiful solar peacock!
This 45 Bottle Drying Tree is ideal for draining and drying bottles after cleaning and sanitizing your beer or wine bottles. This no-frills bottle drying tree gets the job done for an economical price. Offered by the very respected Midwest Brewing Supplies Company, this durable and compact product has nearly a perfect 5-star review record on Amazon. Included is a top handle for easy carrying and a drainage collecting tray to keep the water away from your floor or carpet. This bottle drying tree is essential for any home brewer.