My Fairy Kitchen Garden

Win A My Fairy Kitchen Garden

L loves all things Fairy. We have our own resident Fairy, Smiffle, he found us when we were on holiday at Bluestone in Wales last year and we built him a little door into our skirting board. We’ve since started to create a little garden area from him outside. So as you can imagine the My Fairy Garden sets are massively popular in our house.

My Fairy Kitchen Garden

The My Fairy Kitchen Garden is a super cute little set that sits perfectly on your windowsill and allows you to grow edible pea shoots. I happen to love pea shoots, they go perfectly on a salad.

The new Fairy Kitchen Garden is home to fairy Fenn. She will help you grow delicious pea shoots that you can really harvest and eat! Fairy Fenn has jointed legs to allow her to sit on the fence, kneel on the ground or just fly around!

My Fairy Kitchen Garden

Included in the set is a little fairy house, with a removable roof and garden surrounded by a picket fence and a little entrance gate. You get Fenn the Fairy, a packet of pea shoot seeds and instruction booklet.

For your chance to win a My Fairy Kitchen Garden simply enter your details into the Gleam App below.

Good luck x

Win a My Fairy Kitchen Garden
My Fairy Kitchen Garden

Disclosure – My Fairy Garden are kindly supplying the prize.

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70 thoughts on “Win A My Fairy Kitchen Garden”

  1. this looks a lovely prize and would make a great present for my niece Ruby May

  2. These are a great way to introduce kids to gardening and make a lovely gift.

  3. The Fairy Kitchen Garden looks great fun. My granddaughter would love this as she is very into Fairies and unicorns and loves to help her mum in the garden.

  4. Wow, this looks just the thing to get my daughter interested in a different thing! A varied amount of interests is the aim so she can figure out life!

  5. My youngest has joined the gardening club at her infant school so this would be great for her to do at home

  6. This is lovely.

    a way of bringing children close to nature. it looks real, the garden looks cute, i’m thinking if i could have an evening rest time…

  7. My little lady keeps asking for one of these every time the advert comes on! It’s her birthday in August so we plan to get her one for then as a surprise!!

  8. This looks lovely and a great way to get the children interested in growing!

  9. i really like these, a perfect way to get the grandchildren interested in nature and fairy tails and not mobile phones and video games

  10. This is so cute! A great way to get kids in touch with gardening, lovely summery activity too

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