Put a mermaid in your garden

Put a mermaid in your garden

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Surely you are already familiar with the fairy gardens, those little landscapes full of charming little houses, ponds and furniture for all Campanilla's friends. Now another mini idea is spreading on Instagram. And these adorable gardens with mermaids are falling in love with gardeners all over the world.

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Mermaid and her Fan Aloe 🐚… #fanaloe #mermaid #mermaidgarden #aloeplicatilis #bettisotosucculents

A post shared by Kelly Betti Soto (@kellybettisoto) on Jan 28, 2017 at 9:26 am PST

The key to creating a mermaid garden is the selection of stones. Sea glass is a very popular option for obvious reasons, with shells and pieces of coral mixed. But we have also seen people use aquarium gravel. And on the other hand, succulents are a common plant, since they have similar characteristics to corals. But the icing always puts the statuette of a mermaid.

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What little girl doesn't need a mermaid garden ?! #mermaid #fairygarden #gardencenter #greenhouse #succulents #grow #underthesea

A post shared by Greenwood Nursery MN (@greenwood_nurserymn) on Mar 20, 2017 at 12:03 pm PDT

Rule # 1 to create your garden is that there are no rules. Each creation must be different, and that is precisely what makes them so special. Here an aquarium was used (appropriate, right?).

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In love with fairy gardens and mermaids ?? Then this Mermaid Bowl will blow your mind! Create your own little magical land with our Mermaid Bowl DIY found in the How To Projects page on our site 😍 # mermaid #fairygarden #mermaidgarden #diy #beverlyfabrics

A post shared by Beverly Fabrics (@beverlyfabrics) on Jan 20, 2017 at 1:07 pm PST

This idea propne an outdoor garden with wooden pots and figures related to the sea.

This imaginative garden gives a new life to an old clay pot, with several levels to create different focal points, the bottom is the mermaid's lawn, while the top shows its hidden treasure (at least, that's the story that we dream…).

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#thepottedfairy #mermaidgarden #brokenpot #fairygarden

A post shared by The Potted Fairy (@the_potted_fairy) on Oct 12, 2016 at 1:32 am PDT

Here, blue stones and a mermaid were added to a pot with flowers to instantly turn it into a lovely mini garden. And to succeed, he added a fairy, too. Why not?

The best thing is that these gardens do not have to be large: This small bowl contains a beautiful terrarium that can decorate your desk at work or at home.

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#mermaid #mermaidgarden #garden #tablegarden #airplants #seashells

A post shared by Larkin Sanders (@larkinesanders) on Jan 4, 2017 at 12:41 pm PST

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Snow day project #mermaidgarden #mermaid #fairygarden #airplants

A post shared by Autumn (@autumnlbradley) on Mar 14, 2017 at 2:02 pm PDT

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Fresh out of fairies unfortunately, so we've got a mermaid garden 🐬 #fairygarden #mermaidgarden #miniaturegarden #schoolholidays #holidayfun #girlystuff

A post shared by Gillian Evans (@gillian_tia) on Jun 30, 2016 at 10:31 pm PDT

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#fairygarden #mermaid #mermaidgarden #loveplants #suculantsaturday #succlant #underthesea

A post shared by Debbie Hiltner (@ pachira422) on Aug 27, 2016 at 12:54 pm PDT

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My whimsical garden #fairygarden #gnomegarden #mermaidgarden

A post shared by Jenn Namm Allen (@ jennallen138) on Jun 30, 2015 at 5:53 am PDT

There is no wrong way to incorporate a fabled siren into your home. Each of these creations has a lot of personality and is sure to attract the attention of any visitor.

Via: House Beautiful US