In the Potting Shed, one of Nancy Eleder’s tiny fairy gardens, plants are chosen to grow in scale with the small figurines; it’s also important to provide a variety of textures and colors when creating a fairy garden, experts say.
In the Potting Shed, one of Nancy Eleder’s tiny fairy gardens, plants are chosen to grow in scale with the small figurines; it’s also important to provide a variety of textures and colors when creating a fairy garden, experts say. Zbigniew Bzdak Chicago Tribune
In the Potting Shed, one of Nancy Eleder’s tiny fairy gardens, plants are chosen to grow in scale with the small figurines; it’s also important to provide a variety of textures and colors when creating a fairy garden, experts say. Zbigniew Bzdak Chicago Tribune

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