Fairy gardens are popular these days. I have always like miniature plants in the garden and granddaughter E. likes fairies. I made this little woodland garden last week for a centerpiece. Some moss, wild violets, may flower, ferns, a wood anemone, star flowers and forget- me- nots.
May apples – Podophyllum peltatum. I got a piece of this from friend Wendy a few years ago, and I think she got it from friend Peg… it has spread most delightfully.. here it is unfolding
And here it is with a blossom
Woodland phlox – Phlox divaricata.. this came from friend Martha
what is a garden without fairies, elves, gnomes, tomtems and trolls.