You Might Roll Your Eyes at Your Great-Aunt's Lawn Flamingos, but We Bet You'll Consider Buying the Zombie Version

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When I was a kid, my dad inherited a set of pink plastic flamingo lawn ornaments from an aging relative, and I'll be the first to admit I was embarrassed by them. He stuck a few in our front yard for the whole neighborhood to see, and come Christmas, he'd line nine of them up, two by two, and prop a giant inflatable Santa at the end, ostensibly turning them into pink reindeer. He even painted the nose up front to be red.

Eventually, I took a "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em" philosophy and grew to love the pink faux-feathered display, which is why I'm mesmerized by the Halloween versions that have surprisingly found a demand besides me and a handful of great-aunts across the nation.

Creepy Zombie Flamingo

Creepy Zombie Flamingo

This creepy zombie version ($31) includes a realistic sculpted detail of the bird's bone structure.

Flamingo Gnome Fodder

Flamingo Gnome Fodder

For those who don't discriminate among lawn decor, this cement display of zombie garden gnomes feasting on a pink flamingo ($52) is the ultimate addition.

Set of Two Zombie Flamingos

Set of Two Zombie Flamingos

With this set of two zombie flamingos ($24), you get one in repose and one actively feeding!