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When it comes to the world of fairy gardens, I am a bit of a novice. Dollhouses and mini figurines were passions of mine in childhood and beyond, but my lack of a green thumb has kept me from expanding that interest into the garden world. All that seems to have changed, however, since I was recently gifted a stunning miniature container garden! The wedding-themed fairy garden was not just any ...

Published: Thursday, August 16, 2018

Say “Hello” to a gardener whose passion and skills have helped her travel to all sorts of new worlds within the magical gardens she creates. Bertha’s interest in planning miniature gardening actually began far outside of the miniature garden, up in the air…with the birds! For years, Bertha has attracted thousands of gorgeous, delicate hummingbirds to her home using a mixture of shrubs, vin...

Published: Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Can you imagine the sound of fairy wings flapping delicately in the miniature garden breeze? Fairies love to fly, but they often touch down to play with friends, have a cup of tea, or return to the fairy houses to catch some Zs. Now, can you imagine the sound of tiny fairy feet stepping through the garden? There could be a whole world of strange noises, depending on what your miniature garden incl...

Published: Monday, August 13, 2018

A fairy garden is a place of beauty, peace, relaxation, and creativity. Perhaps your yard is filled with plants, fairy houses, and miniature accessories. However, a garden can be much, much more than an impressive showpiece. It can also be a place of immense possibility. Your heart’s deepest desires and mind’s greatest wishes can be experienced in the miniature garden, even if you have not att...

Published: Saturday, August 04, 2018

So, you have completed your newest fairy garden design. The miniature plants are in the ground, the garden accessories are positioned just so, and the flowers are beginning to bloom. What is the next step? It is sharing your garden! Miniature gardens tell some of the most unique and exciting tales. What better way to reveal your garden’s stories than to take photographs of your creations. If you...

Published: Saturday, August 04, 2018

When you look at your fairy garden, you might peer down at it from high above, or dig deep into the miniature plants and garden accessories with its borders. Maybe you like to take pictures of your miniscape from your porch steps or bring visitors out to walk around the fairy garden and see its many features. Have you ever thought about how fairies, trolls, gnomes, and other mini friends enter the...

Published: Monday, July 23, 2018

Fairy gardens can be whimsical, lighthearted, medieval, and forested while having all manner of interesting themes. Have you ever considered a miniature country garden? If you are from a rural area, think back to the vegetable garden your family may have cultivated in addition to crops in industrial quantities or massive numbers of livestock. Recall memories of a pastoral garden with vegetables, f...

Published: Monday, July 23, 2018

It may feel warm today, but before we know it, there will be a chill in the air, crisp apples for sale, and kids planning costumes. Autumn is nearly here! When it comes to fairy garden ideas that are themed around all-things fall, one of the most popular miniature garden accessories is the gourd. That is right—the curvy, richly colored, funny-shaped fruit with a hard skin can be just the thing y...

Published: Monday, July 23, 2018

"Beep, Beep!” That is the sound of new and exciting miniature accessories wheeling through the fairy garden. For many, the garden is a place of rest, relaxation, peace, and calm. However, sometimes, making the miniature garden a little more bustling and active can offer a much-needed change of pace! Have you ever thought about adding cars, trucks, bikes, skateboards, and other things that go to ...

Published: Monday, July 16, 2018

Though we often refer to the “lazy” days of summer, it can be one of the busiest times of the year! Vacations, sports, trips, housework, yard work…the list goes on and on. No matter how much you love and care for your miniature garden, you might have limited time to spend working on it in the summer. Should you worry that restricting your summer miniature gardening tasks might encourage gard...

Published: Friday, July 13, 2018

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