When I first began my fairy garden in 2006 I knew right away that I would plant foxgloves in it. The purple and speckled bell shaped flower oozed magic to me. Without having done any research on types of flowers that attract fairies I believed that the foxglove had this ability.
If you have plans to build a garden this spring why not make it a fairy garden? Here is a handy little infographic designed to help you build your very own fairy garden. My favorite part is decorating with garden Gnomes!