Here are some pics from today's very quiet fairy garden.
This bluejay perched on my sign first thing this morning and screeched to the feathered kingdom that there was free birdseed to be had.
And this fellow didn't care one bit that it is BIRD seed.
There are berries abound, just ripening.
While gnomes don't have a reputation for being exceptionally bright ~ I think that placing your reading chair directly beside a berry bush for snacking is a brilliant idea.
The fairies from the fallen tree at the bottom of our hill have moved to a young tree close to the house. Hopefully they'll spruce the place up. (You have no idea how much I wish that was a spruce tree so that joke would be wildly punny.)
The foxglove decided to show today!
Some of those clovers have to be lucky!
The fairies dranks an enormous amount of tea today. I would expect nothing else.
A gossamer canopy kindly spun by a spider friend.
Tea and pastries next to the clover.
Just a few members of my gnome army were out playing in the garden today.
Sweet little bucket gardens.
Spirals, spirals everywhere.
Clay pot houses.
I'm sure someone is charging for this space under the deck.
BTW, if you ever need to distinguish between a troll and gnome camp, trolls always display their collection of stolen socks. If you have an abundance of odd socks... you probably have a troll infestation.
Finally, probably my favourite addition to the garden ever...
How much fun is this?!?! I can hardly stand it.
Big fat fairy wishes from this years little fairy garden.