We will make you a true believer when you visit our new Fairy Garden Section in the store. We have a huge selection of small rock garden plants and flowers as well as mini benches, arbors, birdbaths and urns. Sara has been having too much fun planting the wee gardens and you can purchase them in many different sizes in the shop. You can also buy the plants and garden furniture and make your own fairy garden. Don't forget to add a fairy from our large collection. Below are pictures of the various gardens. Enjoy
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
Saturday, March 12, 2011
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I always like working with green, gardeny goodness. Our beautiful jasmine rings are still blooming and make the whole front of the store smell amazing! Big green glass bottles, lemon cypress topiaries, muscari sprouting eggs, tall white pillar candles, blue spring eggs, vintage photographs, lanterns, and glass garden terriariums.
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What a sweet gift these little cupcake vases would make to a friend in the hospital, a nursing home, or just a cupcake lover! The little rubbery bases have slits in them you fill with water and then arrange flowers in to make a charming cupcake presentation... We filled ours with different colors of pansies and some double primroses to show you how it is done! They are $10 a piece, and come in a variety of sweet colors!
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New stuff came in yesterday! I was busy all day trying to get it out asap, and even started selling things I hadn't even had a chance to price from our back counter! We got in beautiful paper ribbons and roses with vintage images and script printed on them, as well as a charming butterfly wreathe, victorian ladies on horses prints, charming little metal birds to perch places, vintage French inspired bird cages, and beautiful glass cloche and plate sets with bird images.
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Friday, March 11, 2011
We have been busy little bees planting old enameled pots and pans with loads of beautiful, cheery, spring flowers for you! Check out the yellow themed, orange enamel pot...it is soooo cute! they are all about twenty dollars, which is a great deal for the flowers and the containers! My husband built us a charming bee skep keeper that would make a great addition to a gardener's flower beds. You could also use it as a holder for a madonna or other figure you hold dear. It is made of cedar and we left it untreated so it can weather to a beautiful patina...only $150.
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