You slip your gardening gloves on as you glance across your colorful flower garden: it's complete with chrysanthemums, carnations, rose bushes and your absolute favorite flower of them all: loose-hanging lily of the valley. You bend and reach into your wooden crate of newly-bought garden decorations, grabbing the one on the very top: a wine themed flag. It depicts a lovely scene of grapes and wine, and it will make an excellent addition to your garden. You pause to consider where to place the first one; right next to your favorite flower, perhaps? Yes, that should do well, you decide; the colors match. You press the garden flag into the ground, driving the metal spokes in until it's far enough in to stay put, and then you take a step back to see what it looks like. The flag really does look great next to your beautiful strings of lily of the valley. To further accentuate the look, a gentle breeze rolls through and the flag rustles, making it temporarily airborne. Your garden finally looks as though it's complete.
The effect of the wine garden flag in your garden makes it not only look complete, but makes it appear more full and lush. It even has somewhat of an English countryside appearance to it now; as though your garden belongs in a quaint English village, next to other English gardens just like it. You've bought a decorative garden flag for every type of occasion, to be set by all of the other types of flowers in your garden. You grab the next flag from the crate and decide this one will go nicely beside the beds of white, pink and purple carnations; again, because the colors in the flag match very well. As you drive the flag in and take a few steps back to look at your handiwork, you can't help but smile. Such a simple decoration, yet it looks amazing. You decide that once you finish planting the rest of your flower garden on the left side of the house, you'll have to buy even more wine and drink flags to match this side.