Whimsical birdbath fairy succulent garden :)

by Misty Rabalais Thompson
(Walker, LA )

I have an old cracked birdbath that still leaked despite trying to seal the cracks.

So I decided to use it as a planter instead!

I thought succulents would be the best choice and picked them based on size, color, and texture.

I used Aeonium "Blushing Beauty", Kalanchoe "Aurora Borealis", Graptosedum "Alpenglow", Portulacaria "Rainbow Elephant Bush" and Mimicry plants.

I then filled in the gaps with different colored mosses. I am absolutely delighted with the result and my fairy garden is a showcased feature in my yard.

What do you think?

I think it's lovely! Thanks for sharing.

Comments for Whimsical birdbath fairy succulent garden :)

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Aug 23, 2013
Whimsical birdbath fairy succulent garden
by: Marilyn Clemens

Love all the combinations; very creative indeed!

Aug 21, 2013
Love it
by: Michelle

So unique and whimsical!

Aug 19, 2013
TinkerBell's Paradise!
by: Holly

Love it! Looks like a minature version of the fairy garden that we saw in DisneyWorld last summer during the Flower & Garden Festival

Aug 19, 2013
by: Aunt Sis

I love your whimsy! This is awesome!

Aug 19, 2013
Love it!
by: Brittany T.

I would love to have that bird bath in my yard! Love the various succulents!

Aug 18, 2013
The Fairies Garden
by: Joyce Seghers

I love your Beautiful Succulent garden ! It is so unique ! Talented young lady you are !

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