Kerry Weiss
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love this fairy garden!

Plant a fairy garden in an old washtub, birdbath or wagon. On my to-do list- I've seen somewhere where they use recycled bottles to make fairy houses this could be cute too and maybe stimulate some imaginative play/ thinking Ker Daddy daughter craft

The first few years I planted a flower garden I felt like I was burying dollar bills in the ground and hoping I would get something back out. I spend hundreds of dollars at the garden store and hope that the things I picked out would work in my yard. Having

The first few years I planted a flower garden I felt like I was burying dollar bills in the ground and hoping I would get something back out. I spend hundreds of dollars at the garden store and hope that the things I picked out would work in my yard.

Willow saplings, grapevine, tree suckers and watersprouts are easy to weave into a wattle fence. Thin shoots or brown twine help tie the arches together.

A beautiful, unique edging option. Supple willow saplings, grapevine, tree suckers and watersprouts are easy to weave into a wattle fence like the willow one here. Thin shoots or brown twine help tie the arches together.