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  • Georgetown Peabody Library

    Fairy Garden Handbook by Liza Gardner Walsh. The popularity of fairies and fairy houses has soared, as has the growing movement to get children interested in outdoor activities such as gardening. This new how-to book for parents and kids combines the best of both worlds.

  • Mother Earth Living

    "Fairy Garden Handbook" includes basic information for beginning gardeners, such as soil preparation, planting, and watering, then branches into appropriate categories for every fairy gardener, such as making miniature gardens, terrariums, rock gardens, water gardens and more. Read an excerpt from this book on fairy gardening in containers.

  • marsha krall

    flower fairies in the garden | flower fairy is 2-4 inches tall, and has a pair of delicate wings.

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A make with kids!!! Adorable fairy garden (with bunting and tire swing!)

My Fairy Garden that my Hubby & I Built July 2012. :)

gnome door.... I'm pretty sure they live under ground but I'm going to make a similar item just have it be more of a hatch way... Xo~JLa

Fairy Gardens - Haillie, Brittany (Oscar's daughter) and I made "Fairy Gardens" in Dollar Store containers, using painted birdhouses and flowers, etc. They were easy, fun to make & turned out pretty cute! DO AGAIN every Spring that the girls are "little"... SB

I wonder if we could do a design like this but actually use stones and concrete to stick them together. Would be one of the more permanent houses we ever made for May Day. The carved clay is a good idea too though. Much easier. Each kid could build a floor.

Tall fairy trees...and teeeeny little succulents(?)

Fairy Door, Window. & Bridge.

Who wouldn't want fairies in their garden