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!



Our stock is constantly changing. We cannot guarantee the availability of any plant. If you are looking for a particular plant, please call to make sure we have it in stock. Sorry, we can not hold plants.



Sedum – Sun.  Drought tolerant and easy to grow.  Good groundcover.

  • Angelina
  • Coral Carpet (shown)
  • Fine Gold Leaf
  • Ogon
  • John Creech
  • Loves Triangle
  • Major
  • 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.


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