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Cicely Mary Barker ~ The Wind-Flower Fairy

Acorn Fairy Print or any of the original vintage Cicely Mary Barker

The Song of the Heather Fairy "Ho, Heather, ho! From south to north spread now your royal purple forth! Ho, jolly one! From east to west, The moorland waiteth to be dressed!" I come, I come! With footsteps sure I run to clothe the waiting moor; From heath to heath, I leap and stride To fling my bounty far and wide.

P ~ Pansy Fairy ~ Lady Mary Elizabeth Bennett brought the pansy to the attention of gardeners in the early years of the 19th century after cultivating every sort of V. tricolor she could procure in her father's garden at Walton-upon-Thames. V. tricolor has known many names in the English-speaking world including heartsease, love in idleness, and flower of Jove, but the name pansy is derived from the French, pensée (thought), and was given to the plant for its resemblance to a pensive human face.

Sycamore Fairy---I love classic children's literature illustrations!

The Beech Tree Fairy Cicely Mary Barker

Spindle Berry Flower Fairy Vintage Print, Cicely Mary Barker--printed c.1927 – The Spindle Berry Flower Fairy is one of Cicely Barkers Autumn Flower Fairies.

Geranium Fairy Print or any of the original vintage Cicely Mary Barker

Ground Ivy Flower Fairy Vintage Print, Cicely Mary Barker--printed c.1950 – The Ground Ivy Flower Fairy is one of Cicely Barkers Wayside Flower Fairies.

The Scarlet Pimpernel Fairy. Cicely Mary Barker

Michaelmas Daisy Fairy Illustration for the Michaelmas Daisy Fairy from Flower Fairies of the Autumn. A boy fairy stands amongst Michaelmas daisy flowers talking to a Red Admiral butterfly which is perched nearby.