My own little fairy garden is coming along. Here are the progression photos:
It still needs some filling in here and there but, I like the way it's looking. With the heat starting to rise to over 100 degrees, it's hard to find plants that can tolerate the temperatures. That's why I like having the glass mushrooms and the fairy statue to fill in the spaces. Do you have a fairy garden?
Yes! An entire magazine devoted to fairy and fae! I've not yet subscribed to the magazine but, it's payday so I'm going to start subscribing. Here is some info about their magazine and here is their link. If you like them on facebook, they publish the most amazing photos of castles, forests, fairy cottages, etc.
Faerie Magazine is a lush, high-end quarterly print magazine that celebrates everything magical and extraordinary in this world—and inspires our readers to live more beautifully every day. Every issue features exquisite photography, original fiction and poetry, travel and destination spotlights, conservation pieces, artist profiles, gardening tips, recipes, home décor, fashion spreads, inspirational service pieces, articles to spark creativity, craft tutorials, and much more—with a dash of faerie magic sprinkled throughout. We strive to inspire, uplift and remind us that there is wonder, charm, and enchantment everywhere! We offer subscriptions and individual issues, both paper and digital, in our webstore, going back to our premier issue from Spring 2005. Please take a look—we'd love for you to join us!
We also offer very unique, carefully curated products for sale, many of them collaborations with artisans whose work we admire. From stunning miniature terrariums to handmade fairy crowns, to special books and charming, fairy tale-inspired jewelry... we only sell what we love and we're adding new products all the time. So please keep a lookout. We'll be announcing many of our new exclusive collaborations through our very popular Facebook page and our monthly newsletter. We hope we'll see you there!
Nettle Pepperglow She plays tricks on small children and old folk. She lives in brambles and blackberry bushes. She can only be seen in the light of a full moon. She wears purple and green like berries and leaves and has autumnal brown wings, like a butterfly. Get your own fairy name from the fairy name generator!