Fairy gardens are the perfect form of gardening. They are great for gardeners with a balcony or deck, or for gardeners with limited mobility. They are also a great project to do with kids or grandkids. Fairy gardens can be brought indoors over winter, so they are perfect to enjoy year round!
Isotoma (Blue Star Creeper) - Sun/Part Sun – Excellent low growing groundcover. Tiny blue flowers.
Sedum – Sun. Drought tolerant and easy to grow. Good groundcover.
- Blue Carpet
- Coral Carpet (shown)
- John Creech
- TriColor (shown)
Sempervivum (Hens and Chicks) – Sun – Old-fashioned rosettes. They grow just about any where the soil is well drained. Drought tolerant.
Silene Druett’s Variegated (Catchfly) - Sun – Variegated leaves with tiny white flowers. Only 2″ tall.
Succulents – Sun/Part Sun - Come in all shapes and sizes. Perfect for trees, bushes or whatever else your fairy needs. These are annuals, so they need to come inside for the winter.