Get Hot and Steamy on the Patio

February 24, 2010 by

Looking to turn up the heat outdoors? This palm tree doesn’t produce any hot dates, but as I tire of the snow and the forecast for more, I can warm up to this. Maybe a tad kitsch, but as I dream of warmer days, the dual function Cool Heat Patio Palm Heater with its combination commercial grade, UL certified, 40,000 Btu heater and water misting system, fits the bill.

As the sun sets and the cool night air settles in, there is no need to move the party indoors. The Patio Palm’s heater provides a 25 foot circle of warmth and glows a comforting orange matching my fantasy of a tropical sunset. Then when the summer’s heat becomes too much to bear, hook up the Patio Palm to your garden hose and let it’s genuine copper leaves spray you with a fine mist to cool your jets.

  • http://secretgardensitaly.com lisa finerty

    Robin,

    Suggest that name, “hot dates” , to your favorite manufacturer of these. It’ is worth them rebranding.

    Good work, and love your energy,
    LISA FINERTY

  • http://www.jamesnave.com James Navé

    Can I have a dozen of these palm trees? A beach house too . . .

  • Caity

    Love it!

  • http://galaxy88.com Agen Bola

    am curious to know there is enough space in the growing compartment of the bbq for that lavender-looks like the root ball would be far too big? nice space saving device though!

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