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18. Use a Birdbath – 48 Fantastic Fairy Gardens for Your Yard … \u2192 Gardening
Some plants to buy for fairy gardens! What is a fairy garden you may ask? It is a miniature little garden that you can put in a single pot. It is full of moss, flowers, herbs, or whatever small plants you prefer. What makes a fairy garden really special though, are all the little items that you can use to decorate! There are lawn chairs, rakes, pots, bird baths, bridges, and more!
Fairy garden with solar twinkle lights. Plants include baby’s tears, ageratum, allysum, lobelia, mini variegated olive tree, Irish moss (as the grass), sedum (as the baby cabbages), Isotoma Laurentia, Leptinella, and wire vine climbing up the arbor. Drip irrigation is inserted in the miniature planters to keep the lobelia hydrated.
Tutorial : Make Mini Todstools for your Fairy Garden :
Juise: Fairy Garden: Expand and Furnish – tutorial on how to make items for your fairy garden
11 Inspiring Fairy Gardens (You know you want to make one!) Brought to you by Chevrolet Traverse
Can I just get super tiny and live here please? Click through to see all the gorgeous pics. Magical Fairy Garden : The Magic Onions :
Fairy gardens are so much fun to make. I have fairies and gnomes in my yards. I love them. They add such a nice touch of whimsey to the yard-scape. There is a big array of miniature fairies and accessories to look at and choose from. Any of these will make your fairy gardens charming\u2026