How to care for a garden sculpture is just as important as the things you use to protect it from the elements. First and foremost, you need to remember that a garden sculpture is made out of organic material such as stone, concrete or metal such as the Bronze Animal Sculpture made by Gill Parker.
If you live in an area where temperatures are mild and not frequently drenched with rain, then you should not have any problems with your garden sculpture getting ruined, but you should also keep in mind that some types require protection. A lot of garden sculptures are designed to sit amongst the other greenery and flowers in your yard so they do not get damaged by extreme heat or freezing temperatures.
For example, if you are putting your garden sculpture beside a greenhouse or flower bed, then you should place it so that it is not too close to any type of heater or air conditioner. It should also avoid being in direct sunlight as this can cause it to fade over time. Just remember that you must never leave it in direct sunlight, as it could easily lead to a material breakdown.
Garden sculptures are intriguing pieces that add to the beauty of a garden and it is important that you protect them for as long as possible so that you can enjoy them for as long as possible. It is always a good idea to find out exactly what your sculpture is made of and then clean and protect it as needed.