Creating Your Children’s Dream Garden

Garden’s are the perfect place for your children to enjoy the summer months. It is so important for children’s development to spend time outdoors, as well as being a great place for them to have fun. The best part is your garden is safe and secure, so you can keep a close eye on them while still allowing them to have fun. To make sure your child wants to spend time in your garden, you want to try and make it as exciting for them as possible. I’ve teamed up with Greensleeves, experts in lawn care, to give you some tips on making your children’s dream garden. Keep reading for just a few ways you could spruce up your garden for your little one!

Creating Your Children’s Dream Garden

Garden Goals

Fairy Garden

Nothing makes a garden feel quite as magical as a fairy garden. Children love magic and fantasy, so why not incorporate this into your garden? Making a fairy garden is easy, fun and doesn’t take up too much room in your garden. In fact, you could even buy a large plant pot and use this as your fairy garden. Simply decorate the area with some fairy figurines and anything you think they might like to live in! Toadstools, mini trees with doors, solar panel fairy lights, all of these are a recipe for the perfect fairy garden. The best part is your little one can get involved with helping you decorate, making the experience even more fun.

Play Area

Let’s face it, one of the main things children want in a garden is a space to play. This can be a large area where they can let their imagination run wild, or a garden play set, whatever suits your garden and your children best. To make a children’s dream garden all you need is somewhere they can truly let their imagination run wild and be children. If you have the room for both an empty space and a garden play set, definitely consider getting both. Your children will love them and when they get older the garden set can be passed down to somebody else.

Wendy House

A wendy house creates a perfect place for your little ones to escape from reality and have their own little space. Whether it’s pretending they’re in their own home, or just using the space to relax and spend some time alone, a wendy house is a great addition to the garden. Not only does it help create your children’s dream garden, but it can also be a great place to store some of their toys. This makes it easy to keep certain toys as garden toys rather than bring them in and out of the house, as well as reducing the amount of clutter you have. It’s a win-win!

So there are just a few of the ways you can start creating your children’s dream garden. What else do you think could turn an average garden into the perfect spot for your kids? Let me know in the comments below!

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

rachel bustin

Thank you for sharing

2 thoughts on “Creating Your Children’s Dream Garden

  1. I love to see the youngsters outside playing, wendy house is a good idea, our garden is pretty small, but we make tents with a sheet and a washing line, they always enjoy playing in that

  2. my daughter just likes being outside, any garden makes her happy to be fair but she especially likes helping with the gardening

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