10 Great Fairy Garden Designs in Photos
Don’t worry about running out of themes and designs for your fairy garden! With a little creativity here and a dash of inspiration there, we’re sure your fairy garden will be ever-attractive to all magical creatures.
See 10 fairy garden design inspirations below.
A Unique Fairy House
As if inspired by childhood wonder and imagination, the Tabby Cottage's roof can be planted with sedum and other succulents, flowering herbs, mosses or other plants with shallow roots.
A Garden in a Garden
For centuries gourd birdhouses have been popular with purple martins. Imagine when the birds fly by this martin house and they have nine gourd homes to choose from! Fairies love purple martins because they will consume copious amounts of flying insects, which are feared by the fairyhood.
This is the perfect gift for fairies who want to grow their own little gardens.
This cute coop features a realistic design complete with 3 chickens. It is made of weathered wood and resin and will bring a rustic country feel to your mini fairy garden.
Bees love flowers, especially miniature garden flowers, like Dianthus Tiny Rubies and Erodium Bishop Form. They will flit from flower to flower collecting pollen as they go, and filling the air with a gentle buzz. Once they have collected all their pollen, they will need a place to store it.
Since fairies are natural spirits, they are sure to love anything that grows naturally… like mushrooms!
This is the perfect little set up for your fairies to have a cup of tea. These cute mushrooms blend into any fairy garden, gnome village or home decor.
Mini Fairy Playground
An Enchanting Tea Party
The gracefulness of the trailing vines and curved arches on this rustic metal pavilion provide much pleasure in the miniature garden.
The Fairy Pet-Lover
The Mini Dog House with Dog provides the perfect, low-maintenance pet for the fairies in your garden.
By the Tree
Where are the trolls? If you have trolls in your fairy garden, this mini Folksy Tree House provides a great shelter for lazy trolls looking to hide from daily chores. Pulling the brightly painted fuchsia ladder into the tree house, the trolls hope no one will find them.
Made for swinging, sleeping, or resting the Lacy Hammock is an essential piece of outdoor furniture for any miniature garden. In colors of fuchsia and orange, the scalloped edge hammock, comes with two metal support hooks topped by a flower design. A couple of pillows accent the hammock sling. Jumping onto a hammock can be difficult, but this metal ring knot sling makes the task easy.
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