As you might have noticed, fairy gardens are quire adorable. More than that, they are taking the world by storm. These miniature gardens mostly comprise natural materials such as living plants, wood, and pebbles. Gardening can create enchanted spaces through which magical creatures (such as gnomes, fairies, elves and dwarfs) bring good luck your way. A developed fairy garden has several unique features that include the following:
- miniature benches
- fantastical figurines
The world is full of some of the most stunning, inspiring, and magical Fairy gardens known to man. The gardens are quite popular with children. This is because of the gardens’ ability to inspire little children into a period of sustained imagination and creativity. The slightest trigger is capable of sending the little ones into a state of non-stop creativity and powerful imaginations. The following is a list of some of the best fairy gardens.
The Wooden Barrel Fairy Garden
This archetypal fairy garden inspires children of all backgrounds and age groups. It has the right amount of cuteness to grab and retain the children’s attention. It is small enough to save you from spending a long time building it up from scratch. In fact, so easy is it to build this type of a fairy garden that you can construct as many as possible depending on the number of kids in your house. Creating many gardens prevents the constant fighting when kids don’t feel like sharing.
The Fairy Cottage Garden
The idea behind this type of fairy garden is that it allows fairies to visit each other in cottages. The idea here is also that fairies can go on dates with each other. The outstanding features of this garden include a walkover bridge, little wishing well, and green lawn. You will be surprised to learn how much difference these seemingly insignificant details can create on the Fairy Cottage Garden and make it perfect for the impressionable little minds.
The Broken Fairy Pot Garden
Do not dispose the broken and seemingly irreparable garden pots that you see everywhere in your house. Instead, use them to create the Broken Fairy Pot Garden that leaves a huge impression in the eyes and minds of your children. Planting such a garden presents you with a wonderful idea for recycling broken pots. It also gives you a reason to embark on a pot-destruction exercise. Your kids will spend more time playing with these charming gardens.
The Water Feature Fairy Garden
This type of a fairy garden is one of the best, but only for families with children old enough to be left alone around water. It has some out-of-the-world features, which can be a bit unsafe for the young children. This type of garden gives your young ones an opportunity to take their magical creatures swimming. While at it, the little minds can be as creative as possible with some made-up fairy stories.
Therefore, this should give you an idea of the kind of fairy garden to create. You don’t have to fear creating it if you don’t have any kids around. The garden appeals to kids just as much as it does the little ones. Remember, the goal of creating such gardens is to give your mind an opportunity to rest. Building it for children offers them a chance to put their creative juices at work instead of spending too much time watching TV.