All hail the Fairy Queen! Whether or not your fairy garden abides by a system of royal hierarchy, this throne is a fun, botanically-inspired addition to any miniature garden. An arch has been bent into a full circle, creating a frame for the queen’s throne. Though made of durable resin, this throne looks just like natural vines of brown and green, and even has some flower decorations throughout. The arch sits atop a bed of smooth yet weathered “rocks.” And who sits in the leaf-like swing, presiding over her fairy garden? Why, it is the Fairy Queen, a young fairy in a pink dress, whose light-colored wings are opened, almost as if she is ready to take flight should she need to visit another part of her garden kingdom. For now, this fairy sits calmly on the swing. Nestled amongst flowers and other plants, this throne will be a favorite spot for fairies and other friends to visit.