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Basket, wicker Large


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Bee skip on pick


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 3.00

Bench, Wire


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 4.00

Bench, Wooden Faery


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 3.00

Bird Bath, Rusty


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 3.00

Bird House on a Stick-Rusty


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 4.00

Bird House, Hang Rusty 1632-46

Bird House, Hang Rusty 1632-46

Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 2.00

Blue Globe Daisy, Mini Blue

Globularia repens (G. cordifolia Nana)
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b
Light: Sun-P.Sun to Sun-P.Sun
Height: 2in. groundcover
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Any Soil
Flowers: Early Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About
Absolutely pure blue, miniature ""Scabiosa-like"" flowers in late spring top a very slow creeping green mound of leaves are half the size of G. cordifolia. I'd speculate this is a choice selection for a float in faerie parades but we use it as a ground cover between stepping stones. Light traffic only please. $ 5.49

Blue-Eyed Grass, Devon Skies

Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Devon Skies'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 6in.
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Flowers: Early Summer to Late Fall to Late Spring
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Borders, Container, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Ornamental
New for 2009
Flanked at the base of a mini arbor, these 6""clumps, dressed up with ""look-at-me"" sky blue flowers, carry you away into a anti- super-sized kingdom, each time you give them a glance. Additionally, the sterile flowers have a very long bloom time - well into August which is when I was first drawn to them. $ 4.99

Blue-Eyed Grass, Dwarf Purple

Blue-Eyed Grass, Dwarf Purple

Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b-11
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 8in. x 6in. wide
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Flowers: Early Summer to Late Fall to Late Spring
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Borders, Container, Garden Railroads, Miniature/Faery Garden, Ornamental


I am not a grass at all, rather a fine leaved, dwarf, iris-like perennial with super long flowering time. There are species of this plant native to almost every continent yet it is relatively unknown in the garden. Very easy to grow and admire. $ 4.99

Bolax - Astro-Turf

Bolax - Astro-Turf

Bolax gummifera 'Nana'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a
Light: Full Sun Only
Height: 1/2in. x 6
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy
Flowers: Early Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About


'Bolax' tiny, slick, dark green rosettes feel almost like, (forgive me,) plastic or ""Astro-Turf."" Hard-to-kill, (put it in a Wal-Mart parking lot crack and it's happy)armor-like pads virtually follow every contour of the ground creating a cozy bed for sweet, little, yellow flowers in early summer. Not for the humid south. $ 4.99

Boxwood, Kingville Mini

Buxus microphylla 'Kingville'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b-11
Light: Sun-P.Sun to P.Shade
Height: 6in. x 6
Water: Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Hedges/Shrubs, Miniature/Faery Garden
$24.99

Boxwood, Kingville Mini 5in.+

Buxus microphylla 'Kingville'

Light: Sun-P.Sun to P.Shade
Height: 6 x7in.
Water: Normal- Dry
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden, Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Hardy Shrub


Boxwoods can be a challenge to maintain, but the smaller versions, like this 12""x12"" is not only the tiniest boxwood available, but more apt to overwinter without chunks of the plant succumbing to drying winds. It willingly accepts pruning into a ball or other shape, so it's naturally an ideal bonsai, hedge or mini RxR tree. Even amid flowering miniature perennials, it stands out as a trough specimen. $24.99

Broom, 3-inch Mini

Broom, 3-inch Mini

Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Bucket, Rusty          -6552-75

Bucket, Rusty -6552-75

Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 1.00

Burnet, Mini Copper

Acaena microphylla
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a
Light: Full Sun – P.Shade
Height: 2 inch groundcover
Water: Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:RxR, Groundcover, Faery Garden
Some might know this easy going alpine as “New Zealand Burr for its greenish summer flowers that mature into copper red burrs. Put them in between flagstones, by lawn's edge or in a container . You need a firm hand as it can go into unintended places but if you have bambi infestations, consider this as a lawn substitute as it's not on their list of favorites. $ 0.00

Burnet, Mini Purple

Acaena inermis "Purpure'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a
Light: Full Sun
Height: 2 inch groundcover
Water: Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:RxR, Groundcover, Faery Garden
We cherish the contrast this hot and sunny groundcover offers with smoky, purple, fern-like leaves tipped in red. Looks antique! It prefers a loose, well draining soil to provide a porous playground for underground runners. Mulch underneathe with light colored stones to show it off. $ 0.00

Calamint, Alpine

Calamint, Alpine

Calamintha nepeta var. nepeta
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b
Light: P.Shade-P.Sun to P.Shade-P.Sun
Height: 1 Foot
Water: Normal
Soil: Organic-Loamy
Flowers: Early Fall to Early Summer to Late Summer to Middle Summer
Common Uses:Borders, Culinary, Edible Flowers, Ornamental


The ideal perennial! Low maintenance,(i.e. no dead heading) with a perfect mound of delicate, sweet tasting, lilac-blue flowers that spoil us from June until after a fall freeze. It's true! Foliage has sweet minty fragrance, but it does not trespass like a mint. Essential as a faery garden plant. $ 3.99

Calocephalus, Cushion Bush

Calocephalus brownii
Cold Tolerance: Zone 8a 8b 9a 9b-11
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 12 x 12in.
Water: Normal- Dry
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Garden Railroads, Miniature/Faery Garden, Ornamental


Plants like this silver foliaged tumble-weed separate the passionate collectors from those with a casual interest in unique plants. It's easier to tell that it's alive vs. say the ""Skeleton Plant"", I give it that. Still, it's such a great contrast with its linear, jointed form that I really shouldn't belittle it. $ 4.99

CATMINT & CATNIPS


So what's the difference between the two? The names are interchanged regularly plus there's Calamints, mentioned previously, and the confusion never ends. Botanically, both are Nepetas. Until we nibbled the buds, we considered Catmints as only ornamental, while felines and humans consumed Catnip. In any case, they are long flowering, hardy perennials for faery or flower beds



Catsfoot - Pussytoes, Pink

Antennaria diocica
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b
Light: Full Sun to Full Sun
Height: 2in. groundcover
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy
Flowers: Early Summer to Middle Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Container, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About
A dwarf version of this popular (if not policially incorrect name) plant. Felted gray, spreading mat, grew beautifully last year along our ""Walk-About"" path, despite the humidity. Tiny pink clusters in summer. $ 4.99

Catsfoot - Pussytoes, Red

Antennaria dioica 'Rubra'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b
Light: Full Sun to Full Sun
Height: 2in. groundcover
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy
Flowers: Early Summer to Middle Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Container, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About
A dwarf version of this popular (if not policially incorrect name) plant. Felted gray, spreading mat, grew beautifully last year along our ""Walk-About"" path, despite the humidity. This one has dark pink/red flower buds $ 4.99

Chair, Wire


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 4.00

Chair, Wooden Faery

Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 2.00

Chamomile, Double Roman

Chamaemelum nobile `Flore Pleno'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b
Light: Full Sun to Sun-P.Sun
Height: 4in.
Water: Dry-Normal Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Flowers: Early Summer to Middle Summer
Common Uses:Fragrant, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Ornamental


The vaguely ""Granny Smith"" apple scented foliage forms a low growing groundcover which spreads slowly. Double daisy like flowers emerge, the groundwork for an almost maintenance free herb lawn, once established. Perfect for cracks between stepping stones. It has been consistently hardy for us. Has all the same uses as regular “Roman Chamomile” but is shorter and will not re-seed everywhere. $ 3.99

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