Our First Fairy Garden

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

This is a small Fairy Garden my son and I put together at the beginning of January and kept indoors until it was warm enough to set out on the patio.

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Barnesville, GA(Zone 7b)

That is really cute and I love the bark roof.

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

Thank you. We have a dead pine tree in the wooded area of the back yard. Occasionally it drops sheets of bark. So my son thought the 'Fairy' who moved in might appreciate a roof made from it. hehe.

:) Q

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

You just gave me a great idea cue - that is a beauty. I started my fairy house with harry lauder for the frame, quite interesting, but wasn't sure what to use for cover, now I know, bark!
Thanks.

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

LOL... it definitely makes an interesting looking roof !

:) Q

South, TX

Very nice!!! You both did a great job!!!

(Laura) Olympia, WA(Zone 8a)

That's really cute! I keep meaning to make one and mom and I are making fae creatures that could go in one, just have to put it together.

Richmond, TX

Lovely! what rocks did you use for the pathway?

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

just random rocks found in the yard. might actually be bits of concrete. but they were small enough so they worked

Dickinson, ND(Zone 3b)

What are the non-flowering plants?

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

well, technically, they are all flowering, but in the pic, the ones without blooms are:

front: Irish Moss, Right: Chamomile, and Right Back: Lavender.

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