Come summertime, I like to spend as much time as possible outside, enjoying the sunshine and green, growing things. Meanwhile, indoors, I’m all about trying to create as much green space as I possibly can within the limited real estate or windowsills and end tables. I thought I was totally out of space, but now...
Source: MeCraftsman.com 7. Broken Pottery Fairy Garden There is an entire niche dedicated to broken pot fairy gardens so we had to include one here. Instead of tossing your broken clay pots, reuse them to create a whimsical fairy garden! I will say, that if you have young children, keeping shards of terra cotta potsContinue Reading...
This is my largest fairy garden and castle yet and it stands approximately 1500mm high. I incorporated two levels of fairy grotto complete with hanging gardens made from local moss pushed into the crevices and splits inside the log. The multi storey 'Rapunzel' tower is made from empty fruit tins which I soldered together and covered in slate pieces. The native 'rock fern' dies off in summer and always comes back with a vengeance, once winter rain sets in.