The Fairy Gardens from the Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest, 2013, Part 2 of 6

The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest

BEST FAIRY GARDEN WINNER Sara W’s garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. We loved all the trees and plantings that surrounded the fairy scene. Love the arbor too!

The Fairy Gardens from the Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest, 2013, Part 2 of 6

Here are the fairy garden winner and eligible entrants for the Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest for 2013.

Fairy gardening is different than miniature gardening because the focus is on the fairies and everything that they need: the houses, tea parties, etc. The idea is extremely open and creative, but it tends to take the attention away from the plants and that is what miniature gardeners like about the hobby – gardening in miniature. In judging this category, it was great to see every fairy garden had a garden! Congratulations all!

Click the pictures to enlarge them for better viewing.

The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest

RUNNER-UP: Karen H.’s fairy garden entry for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. Karen’s other in-ground miniature garden was chosen for People’s Choice so we couldn’t chose this gem for this category. Click to enlarge – it’s quite a treat!

The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest

Barbara M.’s fairy garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. We enjoyed the balance of the white color in this playful scene.

The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest

Laney’s fairy garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. The fun thing about miniature gardening is that you can fit a lot of details into one container. This looks like a slice cut out of a bigger garden!

The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest

Kathy T.’s fairy garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. Fairy gardens can take on any theme – and they are great to get the kids out in the garden!

Part 1 of this series, the eligible container gardens, click here.

Part 3 is the in-ground gardens, click here.

Part 4 is the themed gardens, click here.

Part 5, the International gardens are here.

Part 6, the remainder of entries are here.

To see all the eligible entries in one slideshow, see the main page of our home website, TwoGreenThumbs.com!

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  7. I absolutely LOVE Karen H. container Miniature Garden in the contest, & so glad she got runner up. I was wondering, is there any way I could find out the size of the rectangular wooden container she used? I would love to use it for ideas to make one for my patio this summer. Thank you so much, Carol

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