About Yard Art Garden Ornaments


Yard Art Lower North Island (G & M Pearson Ltd) was started in 2004 as a part time business in Wellington.  A year later we moved to our current location in Levin and by the end of 2005 the business became full time.
Initially we started with around 15 - 20 moulds but have expanded our range over the last 11 years to well over 800 different products.  We continue to aquire new moulds and add to our comprehensive range, so have something to suit every taste.
Being NZ based, we manufacture everything on site and our ornaments are not only sold direct to the public but also to garden centres and other retail outlets at very competitive prices. 
Our catalogue is an online catalogue only, but we do have a number of downloadable brochures - refer to our Knowledgebase page.


Note that as we make and sell our concrete garden ornaments, sometimes a piece may be temporarily out of stock. Most pieces take 3 - 5 weeks to make, cure and paint, depending on what finish is required. If you do order something that is out of stock then we will give you an ETA for completion. Novemeber, December and January are our busiest months and therefore if you are considering one of our ornaments over this period your prompt attention may avoid disappointment. The colour of your product may not match that pictured.  Please contact us if you require specific colours.


We also have a number of other products to furnish your home or garden. These include weathervanes, garden signs, sun dials and garden pools. We manufacture and supply Fire Pots, and have exclusive distribution rights to the Big Earth Creations Fire Pot Gel.


Our staff

Gary Pearson

Gary Pearson

Director, G & M Pearson Ltd

Trading as Yard Art Lower North Island

Telephone: +64 (0) 6 367 6586

Mobile: +64 (0) 274 859 746

Email: info@gardenornaments.co.nz

Gary along with wife Maria, started their concrete ornamental business in 2004 as part of the Yard Art network and has a wealth of experience and knowledge manufacturing concrete ornaments. 

Gary is also a director of the ornamental mould making company Moulds International Ltd which gives Yard Art a lot of knowledge about what constitutes a good mould and the production of quality statuary.