With flowers blooming, plants sprouting, and trees bearing fruit, the fairies have started pulling in their summer harvest. With the bright sun shining down, they’ve begun to use their magic to draw the best fruits of their labor off the trees and bushes and into their harvest stores. While everything is plentiful, fairies start gathering up all the bounties of nature. It’s time for us to lend them a hand and see the treasure trove they’ve collected!
Upon visiting the fairies, the first thing you might see is a pile of fresh vegetables. Corn, peas, carrots, eggplants—so many colorful treasures that will become part of the food stock of the fairy village. And this is just the beginning! See it at Etsy.
The fairies have brought plenty of tools for the job. They’ve got a rake, a spade, and a fork with them to make sure that the job gets done. Unearthing all those root crops aren’t easy! See the sparkles? It takes a bit of fairy dust to do it too. Get them in the set at Etsy.
This lovely handcrafted wheelbarrow is being used by the fairies in order to put together all the fruits and vegetables they’ve already gathered. There’s quite a few of them and it might get heavy, so they often use magic to get it going. See it in Etsy.
Little white rabbits like this little guy often pop out to help fairies for numerous things. This time, he’s trying to be helpful for harvest as well. He’s brought a magical mushroom, carefully searched for and plucked, to add to the pile. See it in Etsy.
Let’s look in further during a fairy work day wherein everyone gathers up to harvest some fruits and vegetables. What else are growing in the fairy farms and fairy gardens?
One of the farm plots that the fairies are working in is one with rows of carrots, radishes, and rows of pea plants above the ground. Fairy root crops and pods are always much bigger than regular veggies as fairy magic carefully tends to them. See them at Etsy.
Tomatoes in the fairy world are so bright, red, and shiny that they look like apples! This plot of tomato plants, winding around nice white poles, is looked after by another white rabbit who carefully checks each fruit. See it in Etsy.
Fairies must definitely be looking forward to the potato plants. They could be used to make potato pancakes, French fries, added in chunks to stews, and more. They’ll be harvesting barrels of this hearty root crop! See them in Etsy.
Golden kernels have started to peep out of the ears of corn. Fairies fly through the rustling corn stalks, picking out brightest ears of sweet corn. Gathering up all these ears, there’ll be plenty to grill and eat with butter this summer! See them in Etsy.
Don’t forget the fruit! Summer is a time of the sweetest fruit, and fairies have already started gathering up delicious treats. From the ripest grapes from the vine, to lemons, oranges, and peaches, there’s plenty of sweetness to enjoy! See them at Etsy.
10. Berries and Nuts
Best of all, berries and nuts are plentiful in the summer. Squirrels will come romping down the trees to help gather the hazelnuts, almonds and more, as fairies gather strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and more to add to desserts. See them at Etsy.
Grab your gathering basket and join the fairy harvest, enjoying the treasure trove of food gifted by nature!
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The Wee Folk in Fairy Land have put together an amazing cookbook called ‘The Winter Wonderland Cookbook – Magical Recipes from the Wee Folk.’ The Wee Folk and their special magical author friend Teelie Turner are giving away ten copies of their magical cookbook.
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