We just finished the second of our fairy/miniature gardening workshops, and boy did we have fun!
It was exciting to see the imagination of each person come out in their miniature creations. Some chose a backyard theme with a few little patio chairs and a small garden plot. Others went for with a more eclectic approach, making some of their own accessories to fill their little fairy world.
This fairy gardener proved that you can make a cute little garden in a small shallow container, and both her little wheelbarrow and wooden pan turned out nicely.
Here’s someone who chose to use our little “Fiddlehead Fairy House,” showing that you don’t need a huge container to fit a fairy house in your garden.
The kids had fun too! Their creativity even showed up some of us adults!
Here’s a few of the fairy gardens our staff have made. Some of these are for sale, but others are merely for display and inspiration.
We’ve had 12 fairy gardens that either went off to their new homes or were left here to stay nice and cozy-warm until the weather warms up. We’ve still got plenty of miniature plants and fairy garden accessories, though, so stop by and take a look. Maybe you’ll be inspired to take a few things home and try your hand at this magical