These fairy garden kits are some of the cutest kids gardening kits we have seen in a long time! They are inspiring whimsical ideas that get kids excited about gardening.
If you don’t have room for an outside garden this summer, or even if you do and want to try something new, you can build a fairy garden with your kids.
Fairy Garden Kits
These kits are perfect for non-gardeners to start, with house shaped planters, fairies, furniture, and accessories like gardening tools and watering cans already included. Most kits also come with potting soil and fast growing seeds so your kids will see their gardens start to bloom quickly.
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1. Fairy Cottage Elevated Garden for Kids
This adorable fairy cottage is the next level of fairy houses. It features music, lighting, and mist, with a garden at the bottom and a garden on the roof, even a little pet dog for your fairies.
2. Fairy Flower Pot House
Your garden fairies can move right into this flower pot house, complete with a toadstool watering apparatus on the roof. It’s like a little stone cottage or café! Perfect for a magical fairies getaway.
3. Fairy Unicorn Kids Gardening Kit
For kids who love unicorns and other mystical creatures, this Fairy Garden Unicorn Paradise is the perfect garden house. It even comes with a pet unicorn for your fairies. This is one of the best fairy garden kits.
4. Fairy Waterwheel Garden
This STEM-inspired fairy house features a solar powered windmill, along with a water wheel, along with a gourd shaped house for fairies to visit.
5. Fairy Roof Top Garden Kit
Add a little magic to your plants. This is a great way to do just that. The Fairy Garden Nature Cottage has a rooftop garden, a bridge to join other fairy gardens, a stream area, and even a little house for ladybugs to come live in. Wouldn’t your child love seeing ladybugs living with the fairies? The little fairies are so cute.
6. Teeny Tiny Enchanted Garden Kit
We love this Wee Enchanted Fairy Garden Kit. Your child can paint and design the main dish decorations. Then, add fairies, the flower house, and use the potting soil and seeds for a quick sprouting garden. I love this miniature garden fairy kit. Look at all the pixie dust (sparkles), they’re fairy friends! And the little mushrooms are bright colors.
7. Fairy Night and Day Garden Kit
This 2-in-1 Fairy Garden and Nightlight is perfect for kids’ rooms. Paint the fairies, unicorn, and house. Design and plant the garden. Then add the string of LED lights to turn your garden into a nightlight.
8. Fairy Swing Set
If you already have a fairy garden, why not expand with this Fairy Garden Swing Set? The base holds another garden for your fairies while a three swing rotating swing rises above. And lppl, fairy figurines to go with it!
9. Fairy Treehouse Garden
This treehouse fairy garden looks a little bit like a castle to us, with the plants growing out of the different levels. The butterfly accents add the perfect complement to the treehouse, and lights and music play. The door even opens for the fairies to visit inside.
10. Fairy Light Treehouse
With the Fairy Light Treehouse – Grow your own garden for fairy Amaya and her owl friend Hootie. Playset includes everything you need to grow the whimsical light up treehouse that works great for bedside night light.
Whichever kit you decide to try, your child will love growing their own fairy garden, especially when the houses are just this cute.
FOR MORE GARDENING WITH KIDS IDEAS:
- Use these 35 Tips on How to Garden with Kids to help you get started
- Plant an herb garden outdoors instead and try these 5 Fun Recipes Using Your Indoor Herb Garden
- Let your kids decorate your garden with this Wooden Spoon Garden Craft
- If you have little ones, try these 10 Ways for Preschoolers to Learn and Grow in the Garden
- Involve the whole family with these 15 Fun Family Gardening Projects
- Add some color to your garden with this DIY Garden Gnome craft
- Your kids will love making a Beanpole Garden Tent
- You can grow your own vegetables in Potato Grow Bags
Which fairy garden was your favorite?