Gardens of the World Tour
Fairies enjoy beautiful gardens and invite you to tour these wonderful gardens of the world they have found... 




Moosey's Country Garden
Located in West Melton, New Zealand... a true delight to explore.

A Small Irish Garden
Located in Dublin, Ireland... small and lovely.

Yvonne's Dutch Garden
Located in Tilberg, The Netherlands... refreshing, a small garden of delights. 

Arboretum at University of California Santa Cruz
Located in Santa Cruz, California

The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
Located on 265 acres in Boston, Massachusetts

Sisley Garden Tours
Tour the gardens of Scotland, England, Wales, France, The Netherlands and New Zealand.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
Located in Cape Town, South Africa

Reg's Fairy Garden - It was officially opened last Thursday 28th July 2005 and it is completely dedicated to BBC's Children in Need and a local animal shelter.

My Country Garden - Located in the Lower Frazier Valley of Canada, this garden will delight and inspire you.

Chicago Botanic Garden - In every season at the Garden, there are activities, programs and breathtaking beauty throughout  385 acres of woods, waterways, 23 formal display gardens and three natural areas.


Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Another Large American Botanical Garden website. Includes a virutal garden tour.


Desert Botanical Garden

Located in Phoenix, Arizona the 50 acre Desert Botanical Garden is dedicated to outdoor desert plants and is home to many rare and endangered plant species.


New York Botanical Garden

One of the largest botanical gardens in the world with 28 specialty gardens and a huge website with lots to explore.


Missouri Botanical Gardens

Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is one of the oldest botanical institutions in the US, and an oasis in the city of St. Louis. There are 79 acres of beautiful horticultural display, including a 14-acre Japanese strolling garden.


Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden

Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden, Miami has extensive collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees and vines. Established in 1938, the 83-acre garden is among the region's most popular visitor attractions and offers a variety of programs in environmental education, conservation and horticulture.


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