Dragons for the Garden

First, you have to make sure the dragons know they’re welcome.

Garden stake from Thirteen Stitches

Garden stake from Thirteen Stitches

Next, send up a signal. If the dragons fly close by, you might be able to use something small:

Moroccan Dragon Lantern, by Ornately Lanterns

Moroccan Dragon Lantern, by Ornately Lanterns

If that doesn’t work, go bigger. Dragons like s’mores, so if you make some in one of these, they will definitely see you on their nightly fly-over.

Dragon pit by Grillhouse

Dragon pit by Grillhouse

Dragon firepit by Nunnikhoven Art Stone

Dragon firepit by Nunnikhoven Art Stone

With luck, you’ll attract a mated pair.

Metal dragon with solar globe, Amazon (affiliate link)

Metal dragon with solar globe, Amazon (affiliate link)

And his mate (affiliate link)

And his mate (affiliate link)

Then next spring, when they’ve come to trust you, perhaps they’ll let you guard their eggs!

Hatching dragons by Fairy Behind the Door

Hatching dragons by Fairy Behind the Door

1 Responses to Dragons for the Garden

  1. Kari Ann says:

    Sometimes one dragon’s just not enough. I’m imagining old ladies who would otherwise collect cat friends filling their gardens with dragons.

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