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Hello Fairy Garden Lovers! It’s the top of the week and we’ve got some great news for you. There are several fairy garden events in the coming weeks and we’re here to break it down for you.
Upcoming Fairy Garden Events
Fairy gardens are a great way to bond with your kids, grandkids, and other family members. It’s also a nice way for homemaking enthusiasts to practice their craft. In today’s Fairy Scoop, we’re listing down the most exciting events for you fairy garden lovers out there. Grab your calendars and mark the date!
DIY Succulent Fairy Garden Workshop, August 30, Denver CO
For those of you in the Denver, Colorado area, head over to the Spectra Art Space in Denver, Colorado on Thursday, August 30 beginning at 4 p.m., as Lulu of Lulu’s House will be hosting a DIY tutorial on how to make a beautiful fairy garden. Each ticket starts at $40 and includes access to containers, accessories, and succulents for you to create your own whimsical fairy garden. Coffee, tea, and snacks will also be served. Lulu, who created her first fairy garden at age 3 with her grandparents, will also provide expert tips on how to maintain a fairy garden and care for plants. This event is open to kids and kids at heart! Get your tickets at Eventbrite. Meanwhile, check out our recommendations for fairy garden containers below.
1 Fairy Garden Container Pot with Fairy Hut in Resin with Fine Painted Detailing, Amazon 2 Green Frog Flower Succulent Pot Planter, Amazon 3 Wooden Stump Flower Succulent Pot/Planter/Container, Amazon 4 Fairy Garden Open Log Planter with Stone Walkway and Patio Areas, Amazon 5 House Log House Planter Miniature Fairy Garden, Amazon
Mini Gardening & Fairy Gardens, September 8, Orlando, FL
Orlando fairy garden lovers are encouraged to join in on the fun at the Mini Gardening & Fairy Gardens happening on September 8, Saturday starting at 10 a.m. at the Harry P. Leu Gardens along N Forest Avenue in Orlando. The event is hosted by Ray and Kathy Roberts, co-owners of Central Florida Ferns and Foliage, a wholesale seller of exotic and tropical ferns and funky house plants. All the materials you’ll need to create your fairy garden will be provided, as well as a step-by-step demonstration by the Roberts. You’ll also gain access to plant growing insights from the experts. Get your tickets at Eventbrite and check out our recommendations on fairy garden plants below.
6 Miniature Fairy Garden Sedum dasyphyllum, Blue Surprise, Stonecrop, Amazon 7 Sedum, Tokyo Sun, Stonecrop for Fairy Garden, Amazon 8 Adiantum venustum, Himalayan Maidenhair Fern for Fairy Garden, Amazon 9 Mimosa pudica, Fairy Sensitive Plant for Miniature Garden, Amazon 10 Lindernia grandiflora, Blue Moneywort for Miniature Garden, Amazon
Fairy Garden Logs, September 8, Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center
Fairy garden lovers in the California area are invited to head over to the Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center on Saturday, September 8 at 12:00 p.m. for the Fairy Garden Logs workshop. Here, Lafayette Community Garden member Martha Stewart will host a fun and engaging workshop on how to attract fairies, gnomes, and other magical beings to your fairy garden. Register for this free event at Eventbrite.
Fairy Garden Succulent Planter Project with Craft Box Social, September 9, Vienna, VA
Fairfax County folk who are looking to get into the fairy garden hobby should head over to Play, Work or Dash in Vienna on Sunday, September 9 at 2 p.m. for this event. This is a no-pressure, casual event for both fairy garden beginners and veterans, hosted by Lauren Forbes. In it, attendees will learn to plant little fairy gardens in containers and decorate with various accessories, including glittered rocks, stepping stones, and quaint little houses. Tickets are now available at Eventbrite.
As the kids go back to school this season, let’s get social and get planting! Learn how to create your own magical world with these exciting and insightful fairy garden events near you. Don’t forget to bookmark Teelie’s Fairy Garden blog to keep up with the latest in fairy garden events.
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