My Fairy Garden Nature Cottage
Grow Your Own Magical Garden!
My Fairy Garden™ is the first of its kind: a toy that's also a real, live garden! Children love kits that allow them to grow plants at home; it gives them a connection to nature and a sense of satisfaction at having nurtured a living thing. My Fairy Garden takes it to a new, exciting level by allowing children to interact with it as part of an enchanting play set! Children plant the quick-germinating seeds, and care for their garden, all while setting up and playing with adorable fairies, woodland friends and accessories! It's a great collectible line for children ages 4 and up!
An adorable flower pot that's a welcoming fairy home where Freya entertains friends and tends to her garden! The set includes everything needed to set up a play area: flowerpot cottage with opening doors and terrace, tray, cottage furniture, rooftop trim, toadstool, Freya the fairy, her chipmunk friend Hazel, and gardening accessories and tools. Also included are soil and quick-germinating seeds to get your garden started! Children can add other flowers or plants if they want, too! It's a fun growing and play set!
More interactive and fulfilling than a standard playset, these miniature, live gardens are perfect for teaching kids about nature and responsibility while giving them a ??real' toy to play with! Each kit comes with a different set of plant seeds (which quickly germinate and are easy to care for) and plenty of soil to grow them in. The plants require only regular watering to grow after planting. While kids are waiting for plants to grow around their miniature garden, the included themed fairy play sets are perfect for playing with and filling out the scene. Once the plants grow sufficiently, the scene will represent a beautiful garden, complete with mystical fairies, woodland critters, and accessories! All kits include an activity guide to help kids along and make sure their gardens grow as well as possible.
Note: each activity guide does reference "mystical fairies" as being real, but invisible for most people. This is done for the effect of curiosity and intrigue regarding the fairy gardens, not to encourage mysticism.