Broken Terracotta Garden Kit by Laughing Orange Studio on Etsy

Fairy Garden Round Up

Not long ago I shared adorable Easter Basket Fairy Gardens from Beverly Turner, one of the co-authors of Fairy Gardening: Creating Your Own Magical Miniature Garden, and I learned that people just love these little gardens!

Fairy Garden Ideas

From this post on Hometalk, I’ve seen that there are a lot of fairy garden fans out there. So I did a little snooping around and created this round up of the different fairy gardens that have been shared on Hometalk. (PPS: If you haven’t been to Hometalk yet, you will be delighted to find professionals, bloggers, homeowners and renters who share information, questions, and more in an online community. It’s like having an army of advice right there at your fingertips, and it’s a fun place to show off your hard work around the home and garden.)

Wow, they are some pretty creative little worlds there!  I particularly liked this fairy garden in a broken terracotta pot. What’s cool is that this is a kit that you can buy on Etsy thanks to Laughing Orange Studio.

Broken Terracotta Garden Kit by Laughing Orange Studio on Etsy

I also love this farmhouse style mini garden by the uber-talented Donna from Funky Junk Interiors.  Rustic and absolutely spot on for Donna’s junkin’ chic style.

Farmhouse Mini Garden by

The authors of Fairy Gardening also shared a few more projects with us. How much do you love this picnic basket garden?

Fairy Garden Picnic Basket

Or a fairy garden tea party?

Fairy Boy and Dog Tea Party

This garden reminds me of how much fun it was to garden with my old cat.

Fairy Greeting Cat

Using cotoneaster as an apple tree – oh the possibilities!

Fairy with Apple Tree

Who knew that there was such a huge little world out there and that so many people who have used these gardens to show off their creativity? Please take some time to check out the Hometalk round up of Fairy Gardens and if you have one of your own, don’t forget to share!

About the Author : Stephanie RoseAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie Rose

  1. jocuri Colorat
    jocuri ColoratJune 14,13

    Kids love them, and they will feel like an artist in no time.
    The basic reason of designing free coloring pages is
    to assist the kids, enhance their capabilities on these
    fun driven pursuits. They can fill color in paintings, alphabets and shapes.

  2. Dani @ lifeovereasy
    Dani @ lifeovereasyNovember 26,13

    Why did I not know about these when my girls were young? We would have loved to spend hours making these.

  3. Mareeyah
    MareeyahJanuary 23,14

    Love, love, love the ideas! I’ve been wanting to make a nice fairy garden for a long time, but there’s just so much other things to do and so little time. But these are so good to look at and dream. :-)

  4. vans chukka boot
    vans chukka bootJuly 15,14

    I love it when people get together and share thoughts.
    Great website, stick with it!

Leave a Reply