As the title suggests this is a spring fairy garden that is intended for display until early summer rather than to be kept as a permanent container. The reason for this is that many of the plants used will grow too big and so the idea is that later in the year the plants will be taken out and planted in the garden. In the video Stephanie Rose from Garden Answers describes the plants required and then shows how the various elements are arranged to create the fairy garden. Watch the video below and see what you think.
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