Before You Get Started
- Square Tin Planter
- Good quality potting soil
- Peace & Love Potting Shed
- Eva the Garden Fairy
- Flower Post Bench
- Metal Picnic Basket, Color Options
- Fairy Gavin
- Garden Cabbage, Set of 3
- Corn Pick
- Zen Gravel 1/16" - 1 lb, Color Choices
- Small pebbles
- Blue Fence Panel
- Patterned Potted Flowers, 3 Piece Set
- Fairy Mulch - 1.5 lbs.
- Alternanthera, Red Thread, Joseph's Coat
- Erodium variabile, Bishop Form, Heron's Bill
Layout and Design
Fill up the container with soil. Right up to the brim. Set out the various fairy garden pieces you have and play a little around with it to see if it looks right.
First plant the tree you have selected and then the other plants. Cut off the bottom 0.5-1 inches to allow for the roots to grow out into the container. Add mulch before making the path. Now it is time to make the path leading up to the shed. Compress the area for the path and pour on the pebbles. Line the path with small rocks.
Add the bench and the veggies and lastly make the miniature garden come alive with the fairies.
How to Take Care of Your Fairy Garden
Place the container where it receives at least 6 hours of sun and water it consistently. Check it every day if it is hot. Be prepared to water the tree more in the beginning until it roots out.