The pineapple is a traditional symbol of hospitality, and hails back to the 17th and 18th centuries when getting a pineapple from its native Carribean surroundings to a North American table was arduous. Stories also abound of New England ship captains, who would place a pineapple outside their homes as a symbol of a safe return from the high seas. It’s been used as the crowning glory in food displays, carved into furniture, stamped onto linens, and cast into door knockers. And now you can have this stunning, larger-than-life version to welcome your guests to your own home. Standing an impressive six feet tall, the pineapple catches the breeze spinning a mesmerizing, kinetic pattern in any season. You’ll love the height, movement, and interest it adds to your garden!