Garden Faeries

Create a garden that is conductive to all life. Put up birdhouses, birdbaths and
bird feeders, bat houses and hummingbird feeders. 

Plant flowers and plants that are attractive to bees and butterflies. Faeries
are attracted to any place where there are butterflies. Put nuts out for the
squirrels. 

Whatever you do to bring life to your garden will bring faeries as well.
Here is a short list of plants that attract beautiful butterflies and faeries to
your garden: 

Achillea millefolium (common yarrow)
Aster novi-belgii (New York aster)
Chrysanthemum maximum (Shasta daisy)
Coreopsis grandiflora/certicillata (coreopsis)
Lavendula denata (French lavender)
Rosemarinus officinalis (rosemary)
Thymus (thyme)
Buddleia alternifolia (fountain butterfly bush)
Buddleia davidii (orange-eye butterfly bush, summer lilac)
Potenilla fruitiosa (shrubby cinquefoil)
Petunia hybrida (common garden petunia)
Verbena (verbenas, vervains)
Scabiosa caucasica (pincushion flowers)
Cosmos bipinnatus (cosmos)
Zinnia elegans (common zinnia) 

Install a small fountain or waterfall or put in a fish pond. You might want to
include statues of faeries. Anything that reflects light or is colorful and
moving particularly attracts the gnomes and elves. Both faeries and water
sprites like the splashy sound and sight of a fountain. 

Leave an area of your garden a bit wild and not too cultivated. It need not be a
large space, but having one area that is dedicated to the faeries will make them
feel very welcome. 

Ask faeries and elves to come to your garden. “Where Intention goes, energy
flows.” Whatever you place your conscious awareness on, you will pull into your
life. AS you put your attention on faeries and gnomes and the elemental realm,
they will respond by being drawn into your garden.

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