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Fairy Garden Tales

Follow Asarum and his cousins in the garden through the season.

Below is a list of blog posts with the most recent ones listed first.

The sun shone warmly on Asarum's wings, though the air still held a bit of chill. His cousin Dicentra was showing him how to divide day lilies, but he kept getting distracted and flitting about to chase after bits of leaves caught by the breeze. Dicentra giggled and gave chase too from time to time. Whenever they returned breathless to the earth, she would give a few instructions.

Published: Monday, May 07, 2012

Dearest Mother, I have learned so much since coming to the town of Summer! Levisticum, Dicentra, and Nymphaea are wonderful people who have welcomed me with great love. The town fairies have something called a garden that they use for food and beauty. I never knew you could intentionally grow just what you want! My cousins are so kind and patient as they teach me all about it. They have also...

Published: Monday, April 30, 2012

Asarum tentatively turned the handle on the little blue door. It opened into the coziest little room set pleasantly with moss-covered pebbles for furniture and a slab of bark for a table. He crossed the earthen floor to the fireplace. Twigs were already stacked in the hearth. He breathed on them three times in quick succession. They burst into flames, yet emitted no smoke.

Published: Monday, April 23, 2012

One crisp April day, the mailman came striding his usual route in the small town of Summer. He deposited a bundle of letters along with two small parcels at the little home of Ned and Ursula Anderson. As he disappeared around a corner, the smaller of the two packages shook slightly in the darkness of the mailbox.

Published: Monday, April 16, 2012

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