As long as Sara believes in Garden Fairies, I will tell her beautiful stories about Tinker Bell and her friends. Because I enjoy it so much when Sara’s eyes begin to sparkle, I hope it will stay this way for little bit longer. When the dragonfly light turns on, Sara knows it’s time for the fairies to come home. Now, I just have to get some batteries for the candles to light up the houses in the Fairy Village. And then our flower garden will be magic, again.
Fairy Mushroom Garden Light
The dragonfly light turns on, it is time for the Tinker & Friends to come home for the night.
When it is cool enough and it rained or we have some dew, the mushrooms begin here and there to pop up in our yard in the morning. It feels like being in a fairy land, at this time of the year. This little fungus grew in the shade behind our house in the backyard.
Cute little Mushroom in our backyard
Fungus among us 😉
Pssst! The Fairies are home.
When the fairies built their first house in our garden, it was surrounded by gourd vines.
The kobold was happy, when we had glass mushrooms in our frontyard one morning.
I always remember the day, we’ve got our first fairy house and put it in the frontyard. Sara and her friends had a blast with all the tales, I was telling them about the garden fairy tales.
Six weeks after I worked on Part II of the Hummingbird/Butterfly Garden, everything flourishes. All my sages were, are and will be in bloom. The bee balm looks like fireworks, and the gaura became a small bush. Our garden fairies are very impressed, what I made out of their home so far. Now it’s so warm, they even leave the door open. 🧚♀️
More scarlet sage is in bloom, while the fairies have their door open in this heat.
Everything flourishes in the Hummingbird/Butterfly Garden