I already had the metal miniature pieces. And I just transplanted some of our small sedums, thyme, and moss. My husband found the round rock that was split in all those pieces.
We haven't had a fairy visit yet, but this gnome has made himself very comfortable.
I really like sedums and have been collecting them. When we went to Chicago we stopped at Gardens on the Prairie in Lowell, Indiana. They had a huge collection of sedums and other succulents. I bought the ones below and put them in the kids' old wagon.
They don't mind getting dried out occasionally, and there are holes for drainage for when it rains.
I've got a couple of hypertufa troughs that we made last year that I need to plant up. I'm thinking alpine plants, or more sedums. Decisions, decisions!