The Enchanted Night Garden

Plant a night garden to attract nocturnal creatures such as bats, owls and crickets. For a night garden, alba or white flowers are used because their iridescent color will stand out in the twilight and evening darkness. Include noctiflora, flowers that bloom only at night. Especially helpful in a night garden are flowers that have a strong sweet smell particularly at night, such as Nicotiana affinism, tobacco plant, Mirablis jalapa, four o'clock flowers, Hesperis matronalis (albe cariety available) or dame's violet or sweet rocket.

Fairies and Lunar Correspondence

January Wolf Moon Gnomes, brownies
February Ice Moon House fairies, both of the home itself and of house plants
March Storm Moon Merpeople, Air and Water beings who are connected with spring rains and storms
April Growing Moon Plant fairies
May Hare Moon Fairies, elves
June Mead Moon Sylphs, zephyrs
July Hay Moon Hobgoblins (small, grotesque but friendly Brownie-type creatures), fairies of harvested crops
August Corn Moon Dryads
September Harvest Moon Trooping fairies
October Blood Moon Frost fairies, plant fairies
November Snow Moon Subterranean fairies
December Cold Moon Snow fairies, storm fairies, winter tree fairies
Variable Blue Moon Banshees and other beings who carry messages between worlds
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