If you live in a cold climate, you know that for at least half the year (from October through May) frost threatens the garden. If you have grown to love your outdoor fairy garden, or simply have a hankering to create a miniature garden inside your home, a terrarium garden is a wonderful winter project. The addition of fairy garden accessories turns it into something truly charming. Your terrarium can be as small as a simple glass container holding one rock with a fairy figurine perched on top, a few sprigs of a grassy plant and some moss, to something quite large and full of fascinating fairy folk in a repurposed aquarium. It is all up to you and your own creative imagination. Let’s start with some terrarium garden basics. Related PostsCute fairy garden ideas, beach fairy garden.DIY Fairy Garden Ideas and TourVertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsIdeas for Green Walls and Vertical Gardens Urban GardeningThe Best Fairy Garden Ideas 2016DIY Miniature Fairy Garden #4 | Easy Crafts ideas
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