Fairy Garden for the Shade: use shade fairy garden plants, fairy garden house, and fairy garden accessories to create the perfect shade loving fairy garden.
If you have a shady spot you can still have a beautiful little container fairy garden. Here’s some ides for some fairy garden plants for shade, and cute fairy garden accessories too.
I was visiting my mom this week, and took some pictures of her fairy garden. I thought you might like, especially if you have a shady spot.
Shade Fairy Garden Plants
- maiden hair fern
- miniature fushia
- baby tears
My mom has her fairy garden on her veranda, where it doesn’t get much sun. So she’s used shade loving plants. At the garden centre look for plants that love shade. Also look for ones that won’t get too big, or miniature versions of you favourites.
She stared out with her little house that we made her last year –see how we made the fairy garden house here, and she picked up a few things from the miniature doll house store.
She made a little path from the house to the fairy clothesline out of some wood rounds, sawed from a not-too-big branch. The shade loving plant beside the little house is a Maiden Hair Fern.
She also used a Miniature Fushia, and underneath added some pretty gravel and a sweet chair for a little gardening fairy to rest in, along with her gardening tools of a shovel, a rake, and a little red pail.
Behind the chair area, she tucked in her “Fairies Welcome” stamped spoon.
The other little plants she used were some Baby Tears, and Alyssum, and at the side of the house some rubber boots and little shovel.
The pot is tucked in beside some other shade loving pots of hosta, and near a little bench where it can be easy seen and enjoyed.
If you’ve got a shady spot, here’s a sweet idea for a little fairy garden.
With a fairy garden in the shade, life really is a party.
You might also enjoy our Teacup Fairy Village Gardens here.
You might also like our Fairy Garden Picnic here.
Also check out our Christmas Fairy Garden here.