Fairy Garden Plants and Tools
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Creating a fairy garden is a wonderful way to not only spend time being creative with your friends and family, but it's also a nice way to invite fairies into your homes. It is believed that having fairies in your garden will bring you good luck and good fortune. But if you don't know where exactly to start with fairy gardening, worry not. Today, we'll explore some of the basic fairy garden plants and tools you'll need to get creative and build your own little magical world. Let's begin!
Basic Fairy Garden Plants and Tools You'll Need
Of course, some of the most basic things you’ll need are gardening tools that will help you plant your flowers and other plants. Here, we’ve listed down some items that you might already have at home. If not, feel free to click on the links below to view your options. Listed below are basic fairy garden plants and tools that we recommend for your fairy gardening journey.
This three-piece gardening set is perfect for any beginner gardener. It features high quality plastic-handle that is durable and will last long. It's great for dealing with small or miniature plants, especially when transplanting for miniature or fairy gardening.
For the more experienced gardener who likes getting serious about it, here's an amazing eight-piece set that's sure to be handy throughout the years. This gardening set from Scuddles features a shovel, fork, rake, transplanter, a 25 oz sprayer, a weeding tool, and gloves, all housed in a large tote bag for easy portability. It's a great gift for gardening enthusiasts and those who are truly devoted to their gardens.
Specifically designed for deadheading, trimming, shaping and other quick snipping on small plants, this pruning snip is features an easy action spring that gently opens blades after each cut for effortless use. Its blades are made of precision-ground stainless steel that stays sharp even after frequent use. It also features a non-stick coating that prevents buildup of sticky plant residue.
Fairy gardening requires a lot of transplanting of succulents and other miniature plants. This transplanter is specifically designed for transplanting small plants and flowers. It features gradation marks on the blade for easy measurement of soil depth, as well as a premium quality rust resistant stainless steel shovel and a classic ash wood handle.
Serious gardening requires serious gear. These premium deerskin leather suede palm gardening gloves are naturally warm and flexible, making it perfect for your gardening needs. It features moisture wicking materials to keep your hands sweat-free. Its material is also soft and breathable for your comfort.
Before adding in your fairy garden accessories, you'll need to collect some miniature plants. Some stores sell a variety for a very affordable price, giving you lots of options for your fairy garden. This set of five different plants for a fairy garden provides a fern assortment that features different textures! It's easy to grow and easy to transplant, especially when you have a transplanter tool.
You may also opt to place a bonsai tree in your miniature fairy garden as an accent plant. This Chinese Elm tree has a gorgeous, distinct dark gray to reddish brown bark and a branching shape with oval shaped toothed leaves. This will add a touch of whimsy to your fairy garden!
The key to building a fairy garden is to have a variety of textures and colors. You can achieve this by adding some cacti! These beautiful cacti attracts fairies with its unique shapes and texture.
For a refreshing variety of colors and textures, you can also add succulents that come in a wide range of different styles. Purchase a set of four to get the most out of the different types available. This will add a pop of color to your fairy garden.
A fairy garden will not be complete without some tiny flowers to attract the fairies! These mini African Violets do the job thanks to its beautiful, striking colors.
Once you've completed these basic fairy garden plants and tools, all you'll need is some water to keep the plants hydrated and some super cute accessories! Worry not though, as Teelie's Fairy Garden offers daily fairy garden inspiration. To see more whimsical accessories, check out the link below!
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