Locals cultivate wee landscapes
From the August, 2014 issue
"I always thought it was for kids, but the adults really get into it too," says a Downtown Home and Garden employee. She's speaking about "fairy gardens," wee landscapes cultivated by lovers of miniatures and whimsy. Downtown Home sells a $30 "fairy garden kit" that includes four feet of fencing, a seven-inch wire arbor, a watering can, a welcome sign--and "one
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