That’s where you create a tiny garden within some sort of planting container. They might include a little cottage with surrounding lawn and miniature picket fence, or a scene with fairies, or a tiny garden bench. The possibilities are endless.
Fairy gardens are generally made for children to enjoy but they’re very popular with the “big kids” as well.
While I was down in Richland, Wash., last month, I had the pleasure of visiting Beaver Bark, which is one of the nicest garden centers I’ve ever been in. In addition to having a huge selection of all types of plants, water garden supplies, home decor and bird feeders, I stumbled across several cute fairy gardens in their container department. I was amazed by all of the miniature supplies they carried.
All of these photos were taken at Beaver Bark. If you’re ever in Richland, be sure to make a trip there, no matter what you’re looking for!
If you are curious about fairy gardening, here are some links that might be helpful:
- From HGTV: How to Create a Fairy Garden
- From Midwest Living: Create a Magical Miniature Garden
- Supplies: Miniature Fairy Garden Superstore