Many beautiful pots in Fairyland have been "limited editions", which are no longer available to earn in the game. So the great news today is that a new Marketplace feature has arrived, where you can sell your unwanted Limited Edition Pots and buy them from other players!
You can find a link to the marketplace from your Storage area, which also features a new "Collectable" tab where you can see which of your current pots are 'Collectable' and can therefore be sold if you wish.
All past 'Limited Edition' pots are now considered Collectable, and will not be available to earn in-game again. Limited edition pots which can currently be earned in-game (currently the Summer 'Vegetable Pots' which are earned by growing Sunflowers) will only become 'Collectable' about a month after they are no longer earnable in-game.
Pots are bought and sold using Gold Dust, therefore all prices shown in the Marketplace are in Gold Dust (NOT Gold!) While this does mean that Pots can only be bought from the Marketplace with purchased Gold (not with Gold collected for free in-game), anyone may sell pots to earn Gold :)
In addition, the maximum number of storage shelves you can buy has now been increased to 250 (which can hold 1750 pots!!), so you should have plenty of space for your collectables.
Final Tip: We recommend not to immediately sell all your Limited Edition pots to get Gold, because it might be useful to have some of these pots in the future, and who knows... some of them may become quite valuable ;)
Sunflower gifts are now available again for sending to friends!
While fully grown, the Sunflower will bring the Sun out in your Garden, and the Mice and Mallards will be taking shade under their Mushrooom Parasols!
Seasonal Quest Alert!
Our new seasonal quest, "Fun In The Sun", is also open again.
Different variations on this quest are available at a few different levels, but only until the end of September, while the Sunflowers are still available in the Gift Shoppe.
Sunflower Growing Challenge
Our seasonal Sunflower-Growing Challenge is also back once again - challenge yourself to grow the tallest Sunflower you can, and earn a fabulous new pot for different heights grown.
This year, the theme is vegetables! But don't worry, these are not real vegetables so wildlife won't eat them when you're not looking... they're just realistic looking pots!
All Sunflowers are 20 inches in height when the flower first blooms. Then for the first hour after the flower appears, you have the opportunity to make it grow taller by spotting and/or attracting Summer Mice & Mallards. Each one you either spot in another Garden, or is spotted in your Garden, will cause your leftmost Sunflower to grow by 2 inches (or by 4 inches if it's a Summer Pygmy Mouse.)
You have exactly 1 hour to grow your Sunflower taller by spotting/attracting the Summer Mice & Mallards (note: you can't freeze your garden during this time.) You then need to wait for the Sunflower to become "Ready For Harvest" and when you harvest it, you get a pot corresponding to the height of Sunflower you grew.
Here are Sunflower heights you need to grow to earn each of this year's pots:
Exactly 100 inches
Bonus Mystery Pot
Sunflowers are available ALL SUMMER (until the end of September) so there's plenty of time... Happy Sunflower Growing!
For a little extra fun and friendly competition, here are the tallest Sunflowers grown in the whole of Fairyland this season! There are no prizes for the tallest - this is just for fun. Can you get your name up there?!
The Summer Solstice is upon us (in the northern hemisphere) which is officially the first day of Summer in Fairyland!
This means our Summer seasonal wildlife are beginning to arrive again, starting today with the Beehives, which will not only bring Bees but also a few other honey-loving wildlife to your Garden!
Beehive gifts can be sent to friends using the links below:
If this is your first time doing Beehives, or if you need a quick reminder of how they work, please click here
Your Beehive will attract bees to your Garden - be sure to leave out some Wild Berries for them to feed on.
Every Bee spotted in your Garden will make some honey in your Beehive. When you have 5 lots of honey in your Beehive, it will be 100% full and can be harvested.
This will give you a pot full of lovely honey, into which you can plant beautiful Honey Blossom flowers. The type of honey in your hive will affect the colour of the Honey Blossom flower it grows - this then affects which type of bees are attracted to your Garden next.
There are 8 different Bee types to attract/spot, including the Queen Bee at the end (each one does its own little 'waggle dance' when spotted :) To attract all 8 of them, you'll need to figure out how to gradually breed the right colours of Honey Blossom.
All the other information you need can be found in the 'Seasonal' section of the Wildlife Guide (along with details of a few other wildlife such as Bears, which are attracted by all the Honey around at this time of year!)
It's the Easter long weekend and the final chance to build and grow bunny Eggs, so seems like a good time for a Free Superfood Weekend!
Update: The Free Superfood offer has now ended!
In case you haven't been around for a Free Superfood Weekend before, this simply means that Superfood is FREE for everyone from now until the end of this weekend :)
Plant An Earth Flower For Earth Day!
Friday April 15th
Fairyland's Earth Flower is back again, in time for Earth Day on April 22nd!
As usual, the Earth Flower also attracts cute little Earthworms to your Garden (which are quite rare, so you may need to plant more than one Earth Flower to attract them more easily.)
Easter In Fairyland - With New Bunny Eggs!
Wednesday March 16th
It's Easter time in Fairyland once again, with Daffodils now available for gifting to friends!
Daffodils attract the Easter Bunny. Remember to keep an empty "nest" in your own Garden while hunting for him as he will drop a decorated egg for you whenever you spot him in another garden, with which you can attract lots of other Easter Wildlife to your Garden. (To build nests, start with an empty nesting tree from the gift shoppe, or if it's your first Fairyland Easter, you can get one free ready-built nest by clicking here!)
Seasonal Quest Alert!
The seasonal quest, "Do you have the Eggs Factor?", is of course back once again.
A different variation on this quest is available at every level, while the Daffodil is available in the Gift Shoppe.
Finally, the giant Egg building & growing challenge is back again... and this year, we're growing giant Bunny Eggs!
To grow a giant egg, put the plant in your Garden, then click its 'help' icon for further info.
Note: If it's your first Easter in Fairyland, you should figure out how to attract all the different Easter wildlife (including chocolate bunnies, baby chicks & baby seahorses) before you start the Egg building challenge.
It's the time of year again when the Leprechauns pay a visit to Fairyland, and they can be spotted around the Gardens mischeivously stealing the veggies which have been left out for Wildlife!
Leprechauns are attracted to Gardens with fully grown Shamrocks, and these are available now for gifting to friends:
As usual, every Shamrock harvested releases a Pot O' Gold. There's a 1 in 10 chance that a Shamrock will be a lucky "4-Leaf Clover" (these release twice the amount of Gold of the regular Shamrocks when harvested!)
Seasonal Quest Alert!
The Leprechaun's seasonal quest, "Luck Of The Irish", is also available again - but only until March 17th!
In case you missed them in previous years, Shamrock Pots are also available again...
The "Inflating" Shamrock Pot is earned for every 10th Leprechaun you spot (either regular or Scuba-Leprechaun) in other Gardens. He will then drop one of these for you, sending it to your Storage Area.
10th Fairyland Players Convention (UK)
Monday March 7th
Every year before restrictions began in 2020, a group of Fairyland Players have organized a convention where players can get together and meet each other in real life for a day of Fairyland-themed fun. Dozens of players attend each year, with some travelling around the world to be there! The day is always a lot of fun and everyone's very friendly.
Well, the great news is that the 10th such event, which unfortunately had to be cancelled in 2020, will finally be taking place this year!
It's being held at the same venue as originally planned (Chesil Vista in Weymouth, Dorset, UK), on Saturday June 18th
Everyone's invited, so if you're interested in coming along and meeting other friendly Fairylanders, please join the Facebook Group for all the info!
Please note that this event is organized by players, not by Fairyland, so all questions etc should be directed to the organizers via their Facebook Group.
The special offer will be available for the next couple of weeks if you'd like to treat yourself (or a friend!)
Love Is In The Air!
Tuesday February 1st
February is the month of Love in Fairyland, and the Loveflower is now available again for sharing with friends!
When flowering, the Loveflower attracts beautiful Lovebirds to your Garden, and you can also attract Cupid Mouse by using the Loveflower's Glass Vase (see the Wildlife Guide for more details of how to do this.)
The seasonal quest, "Be My Valentine", is also available again (at Quest Levels I and II.) It's available while the Loveflower is in the Gift Shoppe.