So anyhoo, this week we're going to show mew how to make a fairy garden and we've been meaning to do this post fur years, long before we even thought of Gardening with Cats.
We know a lot of peeps today live in flats/apartments and have no gardens at all, so this is a purrfect way of bringing a garden to those that don't have one but have always wanted one. And fur those that do have gardens, balconies or terraces this will look so cute outdoors, though we wouldn't leave it out year round.
Now the size of pot mew use is entirely dependent on mew, as mew can go as big as mew want, or just have one small pot or even a series of different sized pots that are linked together by bridges, tree trunks [branches or twigs] etc.. mew can have as much fun and be as crazy as mew like when making these.
A selection of plants
Crystals and a few pieces of slate or stone/gravel
Organic compost + optional gloves when handling
and cute small stuff - we bought ours from Amazon - just type fairy garden in the search bar to get lots of options.
Health & Safety Always Comes Furst at BB HQ
And the same goes fur kittens and younger cats who may be enthralled with your creation and decide to nom on it. Remember that this is not a cat toy and the small bits and pieces are a hazard.
Our fairy garden is placed out of reach of all the aforementioned, just to be on the safe side.
pleez ta tell
de PA if her wantz nother waterin eye dea; get a few gallon containerz like
de kind waterz, jooze, milk etc comez in....N her can fill em with de H2O
de day bee for N let it getz ta room temp for de next waterin cycle
Dudes and Miss Dai$y, that is one epically epic top tip, thanks so much fur sharing *Paw Bump* mew guys rock!
We'll be back on Friday with The Pet Parade and a speshal announcement so we do hope mew can join us again, and there'll a new puzzle on the 'Puzzle Page' tomorrow to keep mew entertained in the meantime...