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May 4, 2016

A Little "Fairy" Notoriety

A couple of months ago I was contacted Sarah Elms at our local newspaper the Record Eagle and asked to do an interview about fairy gardening. 

Since it was March and most of my fairy garden was put away we did a phone interview and I shared pictures with Sarah that she had chosen from my garden blog.

I snapped pictures from the magazine.  I was so tickled to see this two page spread as the beginning of the article.  

Sarah's focus was to talk about the growing popularity of Fairy Gardening.  She interviewed a few people and different parts of the conversations are included throughout.

She wanted a picture of me so I set up a tripod and used my timer to take the picture shown in the upper left corner.  Early in March we had a complete meltdown of snow and I brought out some of my fairy garden pieces.  These pictures are from several different posts on my garden blog.

 I'm so pleased that Sarah chose me to include in her story. I was a little shy about doing it but I'm glad I let my guard down and went for it!

 I've also done container garden fairy gardening.  This can be rewarding especially if you don't have much space or garden beds.

This is my first fairy garden area.

This is a "link" to the Grand Traverse Scene magazine.  My story begins on page 34.
If that doesn't work then use this "link" and select the story about "Fairy Gardens Growing Whimsy". 

I've also posted this on my garden blog "Sit With Me In My Garden" which is how she found me.

Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoyed my 15 minutes of fame!

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11 comments:

  1. How exciting, Liz! Congrats on the feature.

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  2. Thanks for sharing your fairy garden and
    the article.... You're green thumb is famous.
    Linda C in Seattle
    headed over to your garden blog now. :)

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  3. I adore your fairy garden--and congratulations on the article!

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  4. How exciting, Liz.
    You fairy gardens are so imaginative and creative!
    Congrats.

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  5. Congratulations to you girl! How exciting. I don't have a fairy garden...or much of any garden for that matter, but yours is darling. so so cute. Sheila

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  6. CONGRATULATIONS, Liz! I am so proud of you! What a wonderful article and I am glad you didn't let shyness keep you from going for it. Love it! You do such a good job with your fairy gardens and your regular gardens, too! xo Diana

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  7. Good for you, Liz....how fun to be recognized in the magazine.

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  8. Congrats, Liz on the feature! Your fairy garden is so creative! Blessings, Pam @ Everyday Living

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  9. Liz this is wonderful! I'm so happy for you! I have an old stump in one of my perennial beds that I want to do a little fairy garden. I must visit your links to get more of your inspiration. Have a wonderful evening. ♥

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  10. That is so great Liz. Your fairy garden is adorable. Maybe I shall start one. I did give my Mom a good start on hers.

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  11. Congratulations Liz! Thank you for sharing this wonderful article with us and letting us share in your joy!! Your fairy gardens are full of wonderful whimsy and magic!

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