Use These 8 Plants To Build Your Fairy Garden

Strawberry Sundae Hydrangea: Colorful show throughout the summer, transitioning from creamy white to rosy pink, and then deep strawberry red by fall. Attracts fairies.

Chamomile: Spreading habit, producing small white daisy-like flowers and aromatic leaves with an apple-like fragrance. Flowers during June and July, adaptable for use as ground cover.

Double Delight Roses: Two-tone blooms with creamy yellow or white centers and petals edged with coral or strawberry red. Long-lasting and fragrant, suitable for hedges, borders, or centerpieces.

Butterfly Bush: Arching stems with long flower panicles in various colors. Attracts butterflies for nectar, not a food source for caterpillars.

Sweet Peas (Lathyrus odoratus): Climbing vines with clusters of dainty flowers in various colors. Delicate addition to the garden, emitting scents reminiscent of orange blossoms, honey, and jasmine.

Hellebore (Lenten Rose): Cup or bell-shaped flowers in various colors, including white, green, pink, red, and deep purple. Flowers persist beyond bloom periods.

Yellow Flowering Magnolias: Unexpected yellow magnolia blossoms ideal for small yards. Compact growth, with varieties like 'Daphne' and 'Golden Gift.'

Peonies: Believed to bring good fortune, long-lived plants used to mark wedding anniversaries. Heavenly scent attracts fairies, rewarding patience with gorgeous blooms.