Mermaid gardens are the way to make a fairy garden just a touch more magical. Ok who am I kidding, both mermaid gardens and fairy gardens are pretty magical and perfect for me! Tiny plants, not a lot of extra care and the fun is in the details, I’m in! If you have been considering making a miniature garden, you have to see these gorgeous mermaid garden ideas! Don’t worry; we haven’t pushed the fairies out entirely; some have both! See all the fun ideas below!
11 Enchanting DIY Mermaid Gardens That Will Inspire You
Cool Sea Glass
Frosted rocks give such a cool look to this mermaid garden. Doesn’t it almost look like the waves are crashing on the rocks around this beautiful mermaid! This is seriously gorgeous!
Broken Pot Mermaid World
Can this get any more beautiful? I can just imagine mermaids popping in and out of the crevices in this pretty tiny world. Don’t throw away your broken pots, make this instead!
Mermaid Garden In A Bowl
Don’t have a lot of room for your mermaid garden? Check out this adorable tiny garden in a bowl! I kind of need one right now for my desk!
Moana Mermaid Garden
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My kids are obsessed with Disney's #Moana Have you seen it yet? Little Miss got some Moana figurines for Christmas and they are currently having a visit with her Mermaid Whimsical Garden. A Mermaid Whimsical Garden comes in a easy to move flat base with terracotta and blue glass bead ocean, #handmade string and stick fence, flower umbrella and round beach towel, resin mermaid figurine, artificial grass, easy care succulents with rocks and shells to landscape for $65. Pick up Long Jetty. Postage options coming soon. #whimsicalgardens #disneyfan #disney #succulents #succulentlover #centralcoastnsw #longjettylocals #mermaidgarden #mermaid #longjettynsw #fairygardens #moanamovie
Here’s a fun idea, love the movie Moana? Why not add her to your mermaid garden? The sea calls us all!
Life’s A Beach Mermaid Garden
The beach on this mermaid garden is wide and ready for plenty of shells. I love all the little extra details, like the pool of water with the starfish! This video also gives you a great basic tutorial to putting together your own mermaid garden.
Teacup Mermaid Garden
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🐚Mermaid Tea Cup Garden🐚 perfect for as a Mother's Day gift for $25. This garden is filled with flowering succulents, glass beads, rock, tiny shells, resin mermaid and a flower beach umbrella. Pick up Long Jetty, NSW. #handmade #longjettynsw #longjettylocals #mermaid #mermaidgarden #teacupgarden #mermaidteacupgarden #beach #beachgarden #miniaturegarden #centralcoastnsw #succulove #succulentlove #succulents #succulentgarden #mothersday #happymothersday #whimsicalgardens
Another tiny garden to love on a miniature scale, but this time it’s in a teacup! How sweet is this lovely mermaid?
Fairies And Mermaids
If you have your heart set on a tiny garden but can’t choose between mermaids and fairies check out this gorgeous inspiration! There is a mini lake for the mermaid, an adorable cottage teapot house and tiny cottage for the fairies, and a wizard guarding the bridge!
Under The Sea Amazing
This one has a touch of everything. doesn’t it? I love all the details! Technically I don’t think this garden has any plants in it, but the design sure is cute and it makes for great inspiration. How fun are the blue fish tank rocks, it gives it such a pop of color! I also love the fun octopus and crab!
Half Water, Half Sea
This garden has a nice balance of mermaid fun and beach that is perfect for the plant love. Also do you see the tiny fish? What a fun garden!
This pretty garden has so many elements, but the stand out is the pretty lighthouse in the center! The moss on the sides of this garden really give an under the sea feel to this mermaid garden.
Flowers and Mermaids
This is another hybrid garden where it is half mermaids, half fairies. The flowers give his garden so much fun color that I think my own mermaid garden would still needs some of these pretty flowers! Also look at the tiny park bench!
So have you made a mermaid garden? What about a fairy garden? What would you add to yours? Tell me what you think in the comments!