Wednesday, June 3, 2009







Every fantasy author needs a magical place to relax and think. So, I'm creating a Fairy Garden in my back yard. I'll be posted my progress as I go. Here are some pictures before I start.






8 comments:

  1. how fun. if i had more time and didn't have this heat, that's something i might try.

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  2. What is your definition of a "fairy garden?" I will watch your progress with interest. South Jersey is a tough place to garden... we have either flood or drought, and this crummy sandy soil.

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  3. What I'm looking to do is create a place that is inviting for fairies. Beautiful flowers, herbs, decorative items. I do have lots of physical work ahead of me because I'll have to dig the spot up and put in good garden soil. Most likely, I'll have to rent a roto tiller because the ground is like cement, but our small vegetable garden does okay, so with a little help from Miracle Grow and Scott's, I'm hopeful.

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  4. Well if you can grow vegetables successfully, you'll do fine. I have a flower border but haven't had the courage to attempt anything edible yet.

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  5. Good luck creating your magical space! I am a homeschooling mom of three (the fourth is in a JC with a 4.0 this last year!) I love to be among my kind lol! Just thought I'd drop in and say hello.

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  6. Thanks for stopping by, Anne! I'm hoping to get some work done on the garden this summer. We're so busy all the time! But I'm looking forward to seeing what I can create.

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  7. you are invited to follow my blog

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  8. Thanks for the invite, Steve. You're invited to follow my blog, too. Are you a fantasy writer?

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