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This fairy garden has two herbs perfect for the holidays and for use in a variety of ways, including culinary and aromatherapy.
Mint symbolizes hospitality, which goes a long way to inviting the fairies. Along with already having a strong association with winter and the holidays, it is also great for memory, stress relief, and rejuvenating, all things needed during the holidays.
Rosemary is most commonly associated with remembrance, making it a great herb for remembering all those Christmas past.
A fire place sits snug on a snowy tea cup fairy garden between a couple sprigs of rosemary. Holly and berries align the top of the mantle and a fire (glow in the dark) offers some warmth from the cold.
Well, perhaps a couple mice were stirring. But, after Santa eats that tasty plate of cookies, there might be a crumb or two left. Unless the Grinch stops by. Then the one speck of food that will be left in the fairy garden, will just be a crumb not even big enough for this wee mouse.