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June 26, 2017

Fantasy Fairy Garden 2017


Welcome to the Fantasy Fairy Garden.  My fairies are gardeners but are always glad to have visitors! 
 I'll let the pictures walk you through it.



 Path's are sprinkled with crushed seashell for the fairies- they glisten from all the fairy dust!



 Dining under the gazebo or out on the patio you are welcome either place to join!


It's just for fun- be happy!

A mixture of real plants, some faux and stones to create a magical landscape.  It's always fun to see the plants fill out and the iris plants are like their forest.

This year they have their own greenhouse!


 Chipmunks, squirrels and birds wander throughout so I added a clear non-toxic glue on top of the crushed sea shell stones to hold them together.  A whole new approach this year!  

 Left side…

Center…

Right side…

This is where they live on my short retaining wall near the patio and garden area.

I hope you enjoyed this visit to my Fantasy Fairy Garden!
Each year I do things a little different and if you would like to look back you're invited to check out the past 3 year's versions:


I am joining:
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I was featured at Gardens Galore No.3 "here





15 comments:

  1. Oh Liz, they have a new greenhouse this year how much fun can a fairy gardener have?
    Love everything you have done for this year!!!

    Linda C in Seattle

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    1. Thank you Linda! Isn't that greenhouse the best!

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  2. First, LOVE the new look on the header!!! Forgot to say that earlier. Second, this is the sweetest fairy garden!!! That greenhouse!!!!!!!!!! Get OUTTA here!!!

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    1. Thank you! I should have mentioned that it came from JoAnn Fabrics!

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  3. Love, love, love your fairy garden. You know, that sounds like a fun project for in my garden with my grand girls, they would love it. Such imagination.

    Carolyn

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  4. I love the addition of the greenhouse along with crushed shell paths. The sweet alyssum is the perfect scale for you fairies!

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  5. I can see how you are having so much fun with your fairy garden. It is delightful!

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  6. Magical and so charming, Liz. The greenhouse is just perfect for the fairies. I love it all! ♥

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  7. Liz, thank you for sharing at Gardens Galore! Your fairy garden is magical and whimsical! The greenhouse is the perfect addition, I also love the gazebo. There is so much detail to be observed. This could be a contagious hobby after seeing how lovely yours is!

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  8. Your fantasy fairy garden is lovely. how fun to be able to see it everyday. You added some very cool pieces. I can also see how it would be addicting to keep adding some pretty accessories. Very whimsical and so cute.

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  9. Oh how the fairies must love being in your garden. Your space is ever so much better than the fairy houses the kids and I have built over the years.

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  10. So sweet! I have been wanting to do something like this but I am so afraid of the rain wrecking it all! Yours is fairy perfection!

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  11. It's so fun! I love fairy gardening. There's always a bit of shenanigans going on in mine. :) The crushed shell paths are so cute and I love the new greenhouse! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  12. Loved all your details and creativity. It is truly magical. Your choice of plants really enhanced your fairy landscape. Great post!

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  13. Oh My Gosh Liz! There is so much to love here! I have not been out to visit much this year but I am so glad I found this post. Totally charming it is..... The stone walls, the shell paths, the beautiful blues and yellows of the ironwork for the garden look smashing. I know it is very time consuming to keep the fairy garden tidy. Your idea of applying the non-toxic glue to the crushed shells would have been useful for me this summer. The chipmunks have been digging and burying in my fairy gardens. Some of the Irish moss has not recovered yet. They also made a total mess out of the beach and ocean mermaid garden that I made this year. The fairy gardens are raised almost couple feet off of the ground (the wrought iron tables are coffee table size). I cannot work much with my flower borders like I used to so the raised heights let me enjoy playing in the fairy garden. I did take pictures as the fairy gardens progressed over the summer. I would like to do a post this weekend to share at Susan's Metamorphosis Monday link up. I did do a short post on my doll blog (the first in many months)of one of the broken pot fairy gardens I made.

    Have a lovely day Liz,
    Thank you for sharing your garden!
    Candy

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