|fairy house and bird bath|
Now that our little house is finished and a bird bath made with a vintage doll dish and another cork I'm ready to start plant shopping. This is where the real challenge of fairy gardens comes in. You want plants that look small, will stay small and can thrive in a container. I'll be starting with some French Thyme and a touch of a plant called Polka Dot (freckle face). More on that to come.
Is this a challenge you might take on? I think the best part of creating this fairy garden is a unique, educational, play space for my son. I'm making sure that lego men fit well!