When I saw the miniature arbor, wheel barrow and watering can at the garden center, I knew what I had to do next: make a fairy garden. Words cannot convey the delight I felt as the completed container garden became the centerpiece for a display of children’s books. Fairy house guru, Tracy Kane, was scheduled for a Sunday afternoon reading and workshop.
If you’d like to lure the fairies to your own garden, here is a list of the plants I used:
1 asparagus fern
1 miniature African violet
2 creeping thyme
Miniature Fairy Garden Miniatures:
1 bird house
1 wheel barrow
1 watering can
Have fun! And maybe you’d like to post a photo of your creation with this flickr group pool. See you there!
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LOvely idea for my early teen granddaughter to get her interested in gardening
what a lovely idea
Lisa…that is so charming. You are so talented. Thanks for sharing.
Lisa, you have sparked new enthusiasm in me as I just love this! I was in one of my favorite shops today on the look out for garden miniature accessories.
Thanks for sharing this. It is absolutely adorable and must have been a delightful backdrop for the reading and workshop.