Thursday, March 25, 2010

Spring Fairy Gardens and More...

Cold tolerant pansies & sweet alyssum 


Easter Gifts

Bay trees! Perfect for your spaghetti dinner!

Eggs of all sizes. Even teeny weenie eggs for fairy nest.
A customer gave me two ringer washers last year that were her mothers. I turned one of them into a fountain last year. This one is now the home of a miniature garden complete with adirondack  chairs. I love the rosemary topiary!

Tiny Urns inside Baby Urns

Club Moss and Baby Tears








Fairy Garden for indoors. Complete with a tea set!

Miniature Garden Chairs
Herb is dressed as the Easter Bunny


Nest on branches

Pamper yourself after a long day with natural artisan soaps, candles, and lotions.






Take and Read

8 comments:

Kiki said...

What a super beautiful blog you have..gorgeous and inspiring! I have enjoyed the magic here! Have a beautiful day!
Kiki~

The PURE said...

Thanks Kiki~ We love yours too!

The PURE said...

I made more city fairy homes yesterday & will be planting up some forest fairy homes soon. After that, the urban farmer fairies will arrive :-)

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

I love fairy gardening! I want to start one this year and you are my inspiration! I love it! Blessings.

The PURE Gardener, Inc. said...

Thank you Wondrous... Faery! I plan on sneaking in new Fairy gardens in between my large jobs. I just love them. They are amazingly therapeutic! I will try to post photos as I go along
~Annette

Londen @ Sixty-Fifth Avenue said...

I love them all! My daughter just got a tiny tea set for her birthday and now I know what to do with it. Beautiful job! And I will be in to buy one of those those tiny urns the first weekend in May. Save one for me!
Londen

The PURE Gardener, Inc. said...

Londen~ those little pots are flying off the shelves like tiny fairy hot cakes! I am getting frequent shipments of mini gardening supplies so I hope that you find what you want the day you arrive. I have them spread out through out the shop so you must look closely :-)

The PURE Gardener, Inc. said...

Oh, and the tea sets- I had tea parties when I was a little girl every single day at around noon. I have worked them into my grown up life via tiny gardens. It's the simple things that matter in life
:-)

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