Fairy Gardening 101: How to Design, Plant, Grow, and Create Over 25 Miniature Gardens

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Fairy Gardening 101: How to Design, Plant, Grow, and Create Over 25 Miniature Gardens Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Skyhorse Publishing Pages: 208 Illustrations and other contents: 75 color photos Language: English ISBN: 9781629141794 Categories: , , , ,

Release your inner child and step into the fairy world by creating your own enchanted garden, no matter how much space you have! Fairy gardens are increasing in popularity and Fairy Gardening 101 provides you with all the information necessary to design, plant, and care for your very own miniature garden oasis. Author, artist, and fairy gardener extraordinaire Fiona McDonald introduces readers to the history of fairy gardens and then provides step-by-step instructions, photographs, and illustrations for you to follow or draw inspiration from when starting your own project. Learn which types of plants and containers are most successful for a fairy garden, as well as how to develop a focal point for your enchanted mini Eden. Fairy Gardening 101 also provides important information on caring for your garden, on designing gardens for both indoors and outside, on using artificial plants to make your garden last a lifetime, and much more! You’ll also find inspirational photos from fairy gardeners around the globe as well as a list of suppliers. You don’t need to be a master gardener or to have a particularly green thumb to successfully plant and maintain your tiny fairy garden. All you need is a few miniature plants, some thoughtfully placed accessories, a fairy or two, and a love of whimsy and imagination.

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Author Biography

Fiona McDonald has wanted to make beautiful things for a living since she was a little girl. To further this dream, she spent four years of intensive study at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney, Australia. From there she moved to the Blue Mountains and began making painted cloth dolls and figurative sculpture. After Fiona's son was born, she enrolled at university to study literature. Fiona has two grown-up children and a granddaughter. She lives with her three dogs, cat, rabbit, and ancient hen.