Hooray! It’s April and the start of the Fairy Garden contest. This is the most exciting news we’ve heard all day, isn’t it. If you and your little ones are avid fairy gardeners like we are, there will be excitement for sure.


Fairy Garden Contest 2016 :: The Magic Onions :: www.FairyGardens.com


If you don’t know about the contest, you are in for a treat. The Fairy Garden contest runs from April to August each year and is the highlight of the fairy garden community.

People from far and wide flock to the FairyGardens.com to enter their magical creations and browse the pretty gardens already entered. There have been DELIGHTFUL fairy gardens over the years. Here is a sweet sampling of what you can expect…


Gorgeous photos of fairy gardens on The Magic Onions Blog


If you want to see more enchanting fairy gardens from years past (and the winners from each year), please visit the Fairy Garden Page. You’ll be delighted at what you find.

This year’s contest is, once again, being hosted on www.FairyGardens.com. Please pop on over there to read the contest rules, enter your gardens and start the fairy garden fun.

If you are looking for the best fairy garden know how, please have a look at my delightful Kid Friendly Fairy Garden Tutorial.

Don’t forget to visit the Fairy Garden shop for the best fairy garden accessories and kits.

Let the fairy garden fun begin.

Blessings and magic,


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