Fairy Garden Magic

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  • Fairy Garden Plants:
    • Agapanthus “Tinkerbell” 6″-wide heads of blue flowers, green-and-white leaves, perennial; Zones 7 to 10
    • Astilbe Simplicifolia “Sprite” plumes of shell pink flowers on 18″ stems; ferny leaves; perennial; Zones 4 to 8
    • Fairy Thimble (Campanula cochlearifolia ‘Bavarian Blue’) wiry stems bear blue bells; 10″ tall; perennial; Zones 6 to 9
    • Erigeron speciosus “Azure Fairy” daisylike blue flower on 18″ stems; perennial; Zones 2 to 9
    • Geranium “Fairy Magic” 1/2″-wide hot magenta flowers on sprawling 8″-tall plants; long-blooming perennial; Zones 3 to 8
    • Gomphrena Gnome Mix small, round heads of pink, purple, or white flowers on low-growing plants; summer annual
    • Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila paniculata “Bristol Fairy”) airy clusters of tiny white flowers; 3″ tall; perennial; Zones 5 to 9
    • Lavendula angustifolia¬† “Pink Fairy” spikes of tiny light pink flowers rise above 18″ plants; woody perennial; Zones 5 to 9
    • Heuchera “Petite Pearl Fairy” spikes of ivory flowers rise above 6″-tall bronze leaves; perennial; Zones 3 to 9
    • Phygelius x rectus “Pink Elf” loose spikes of tubular pink flowers on 3″ plants; woody perennial; Zones 6 to 10
    • Fairy primrose (Primula malacoides) whorls of small pink, white or lavender flowers in tiers above low rosettes of leaves; pot plant or winter annual; Zones 8 to 10

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Welcome to the Celtic attic blog… here you will find our current specials, new and featured products, poetry, new book release info and of course my ramblings.¬† Please read and enjoy the articles from the Celtic Haunted Highway series.¬† Stay tuned for some more ramblings from my upcoming book, the Celtic Haunted Highway.¬† There will also be more recipes posted on these pages for your cooking pleasure.

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