The underside of our tall deck was exposed. It was untidy, unsightly and in desperate need of a makeover. Thank goodness for lattice!
Discover the types of plants that are best suited to Fairy Gardens. Real and artificial; tall and short; green and colourful.
In this post we’re zeroing in on our Fairy Garden Carnival (aka Fair). We outline how we made it, offer hints & tips & include photos.
Part 4b of our series on how to create a large, outdoor fairy garden looks at the right way to lay out buildings and various types of ground covers.
The positioning of our Fairy Garden buildings didn’t go as smoothly as hoped to begin with. Luckily we came up with some creative solutions!
We added this amazing set of rusty sculptures to the front garden. Now, thanks to solar spotlights, it’s a feature both day and night.
When creating an outdoor fairy garden it’s important to get soil & hardscaping right because they form the foundation of your entire garden.
Part 2: Planning. To achieve magical results, a large-scale fairy garden needs a bit of forethought and planning, as well as loads of creativity.
Ferny Hill Retreat’s fairy garden is going to be a large village with everything mystical folk need for a happy life. Follow our journey…