Do you believe in fairies? Do you want them in your garden?My friend Ginger invited me into the fairyland she has created. Fairies will feel welcomed to her special garden that has something to please every fairy taste.
This adorable cottage will appeal to many fairies:
For fairies with wanderlust, how about a couple of cute camper trailers:
Nothing like a nice campfire at the end of a great day of exploring:There is a fabulous farm for those fairies who want to grow crops:Some fairies may prefer beachside living:
A door to an abode inside a tree will appeal to traditionalists:For naturalists, there is a pumpkin house:and a gourd house:Some wicked fairies may like this spooky house with attached graveyard:Other fairies are sure to go to church on Sundays:There is a hunting lodge:There are hayrides for the children:And a wise old man to read them stories:We must never forget our tailgating Alabama football fans. Roll Tide!These miniature landscapes are fascinating, and one needs time to study all the details. Fairy gardening is the perfect hobby for gardeners who also love dollhouses. Be aware, however, that you may get some mysterious guests. Ginger has had some of her fairy gardens rearranged, and a couple of farmyard haystacks completely disappeared. She blames the squirrels, but surely it is the fairies!
Ginger gets most of her fairy gardening supplies from Myers Plants and Pottery in Pelham, Alabama.