Tuesday, May 12, 2015

More from the Fairy Garden

As you walk out of the visitor center the first thing you see at Meadowlark Gardens is the Fairy Garden.   There have been some additions and the 'town' has grown since the last time I took photographs.


A Fairy Song

Over hill, over dale,
Thorough bush, thorough brier,
Over park, over pale,
Thorough flood, thorough fire!
I do wander everywhere,
Swifter than the moon's sphere;
And I serve the Fairy Queen,
To dew her orbs upon the green;
The cowslips tall her pensioners be;
In their gold coats, spots you see;
Those be rubies, fairy favours;
I must go seek some dewdrops here,
And hang a pearl in every cowslip's ear.

~William Shakespeare~



















































36 comments:

  1. The fairy song is lovely, and the fairy garden is like a breath of fresh air!

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  2. It is beautiful and I love everything about it! The blue mushrooms, the tiny blue flowers, the bunny in the wagon...and of course, the FAIRIES!!

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  3. Such a wonderful little garden.
    'love & hugs from afar'

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  4. jolie mise en scène !
    Belles photos!
    Bonne journée!
    Cath.

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  5. Lots of work went into that little garden - and all worthwhile.

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  6. I am sure the Fairies are delighted with their beautiful garden.

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  7. There is no words to tell about the beautiful fairy garden!

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  8. There are imaginative gardeners at Meadowlark with all the miniature plants in scale to make the fairyland garden magical. The fairies remind me of the little books of verse with illustrations of flower fairies. I still have a few. Good to see the idea translated into a fairy garden.

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  9. I like the rabbits hiding in the wheelbarrow... some animals will do anything to get out of helping with weeding. Leave it all to the fairies... smiles.

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  10. Good morning, Denise.. the Fairy garden is so cute. Adorable photos. The flowers are lovely too. Have a happy day!

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  11. What a magical place! Little girls and big ones must adore this garden.

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  12. this is an amazing fairy garden, i love all the little houses and that dog house is so cute. i would love to visit this one.. so much to see and so beautiful. it made me smile with joy to look at it... i am trying to remember which blog i follow that loves fairy gardens so i could send the link.

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  13. My inner "little girl" smiles widely at the beautiful tiny details...especially the "wing" back chairs! (Had to have my adult self enjoy the word play however.)

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  14. I've never seen a fairy dog or fairy bunnies before!
    Jane x

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  15. the tiny gazebo is adorable. and love those mushrooms!

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  16. Oh soo cute and pretty ! Wonderful photos and post I do like your header as well ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  17. Awwww, so sweet! Love the images!

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  18. So cute, Denise. It's hard enough to maintain a garden, let alone a miniature one!

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  19. How sweet. My granddaughter and I have a fairy garden every summer.

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  20. I've added a couple of little fairy spots in my garden this year, and hope to add a few more. These are really nice ones...thanks for sharing!

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  21. Every garden should have at least one fairy in it... and if you have more than one all the better.

    Magical post - I really enjoyed it.

    Thank you

    All the best Jan

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  22. What a lovely little fairy garden. I just love it.

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  23. I think I want to shrink myself and live in that forget-me-not field under the blue mushroom.

    Honestly this garden takes me back (a very lot of years) and makes me feel like a little child again. I love it!

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  24. What tiny treasures everywhere. Love the bunnies in the wheelbarrow!

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  25. My mins goes to Lorelei seeing all these things...and I must say I love them, too. Love those mushrooms/toadstools.

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  26. I know a little girl I'd like to take to that magic garden. How she would love it!

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  27. Oh, how beautiful is that and one can imagine the amount of work that goes into it.
    The poem makes me think of A Midsummer Night's Dream. We did that one at school years ago.

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  28. I know a place where the wild thyme blows.... Shakespeare said it all. Love the fairies.

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  29. How sweet and cute garden. Never seen.
    All are so little but lovely, and just like in a fairy tale. Love a lot.
    Hugs

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  30. How very sweet and charming! I love all the little details! xo Karen

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  31. What a fun and whimsical garden. Thank you for the smile, Denise.

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  32. Ohhh Denise, your fairy garden looks so cute and enchanting!!! How all is growing :) Wonderful!!! I love angels and I adore fairies and such fanciful places!!!
    Your tiny fairies look like the paintings by Cicely Mary Barker...I buy her postcard calendar 'Flower Fairies' every year :)

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