​​I have a friend who swears she has seen fairies in her garden. And while you might be tempted to think that she is well and truly away with the fairies, I’d like to point out that she has many patches of four leaf clovers growing wild in her back garden, so I’m inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt.

If you want to attract fairies to your garden, they are going to need somewhere to live. And unless you have a Faraway Tree handy, here’s the next best thing… Fairy garden accessories from www.succtus.com.au.

You will find everything you need to entice a dainty dryad or gossamer-winged nymph to take up residence – from a perfectly enchanting toadstool home to fairy-sized furniture. All you need to do is to provide a pot or you can stand it directly in your garden bed. You can easily create a little magic yourself and enjoy a pleasurable few hours revisiting your childhood fairyland friends. Remember, the little folk are shy, which is probably why we rarely see them, so make sure you give them something to hide behind – some lovely greenery or succulents, or even a doorway to peep around.

And you never know, one day you might just be surprised.