|Posted on 4 September, 2018 at 20:15|
Spring is on its way and the fairy garden urge is upon us. “Mother Nature” however does not seem as eager as we, and the weather is not yet consistent enough for all of our tender plants to go outside.
A Spring Fairy Garden can be created in a garden or in a container which can be kept indoors. My Spring Garden has been created in a container which I will keep in a sunny spot indoors.
The use of many types of small leaved plants wit...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 24 June, 2018 at 19:45|
Although International Fairy Day is formerly celebrated on 24 June each year, we choose to celebrate this holiday for a whole week!
While the origins of this “holiday” are unknown, this special day celebrates those very special, diminutive beings with wispy wings and magical powers that leave a trail o...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 25 April, 2018 at 22:00|
After an incredible summer, winter is slowly making its way through New Zealand.
Here are some tips on how to winterize miniature and fairy gardens.
Remove your accessories before it snows or freezes. Store your miniature or fairy garden accessories safely inside over the winter, you’ll get more use out of them. Most accessories these days are resin which technically doesn’t freeze but the wear and tear from the elements can ta...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 12 May, 2017 at 13:00|
An idea is born....
As you all know I am besotted with all things miniature. Last weekend I decided to take this passion to a new level...combining my love for miniatures, gardening and books.
Well after a little bit of psyching myself out because as a book lover cutting up a book is a big no no. Once I had convinced myself that the book had severed its purpose many years ago - an encycl...Read Full Post »