We are very much into gardening and growing at the moment with the summer on its way. I have been keen to find ways to introduce my youngest daughter Florence to gardening, with adult supervision. Florence is already starting to role play and understand magic a little and gets very excited when we talk about fairies, especially as the tooth fairy has just visited her brother for the first time! *We were kindly sent the My Fairy Garden Fairy Kitchen Garden to review from Interplay*. There are also other garden range kits to collect such as the unicorn garden or the magic bean pot and I’m impressed that you can join the My Fairy Garden club to receive seeds in the post and a fairy letter. This is something that we will be signing up for.
The My Fairy Garden kit comes with a planter box, cute picket fencing, a house to assemble, pea seeds and (the important bit) a little fairy. Together we easily assembled the kitchen garden, by slotting together a few parts. Florence then filled the planter with soil and placed the fairy house and fairy in the garden. The microgreen pea seeds need soaking for at least 6 hours in a cup of water. Florence placed them all in the water cup with my help. We then planted the pea seeds in the garden roughly 2cm apart. We are now on microgreen watch and are looking forward to having them with our summer salads.
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So I hope that this review is helpful to anyone thinking of purchasing this My Fairy Garden kitchen garden kit. As always my views on a gifted product are my own honest thoughts and opinions. I do really recommend this kit as a great fun way to introduce gardening and some magic into children’s play.