The Fairies of the Four Seasons: The Dance of Time (The Enchanted Valley Book 1)
She showers the royal family with gifts, but Sofia has suspicions about her, but everyone else dismisses her misgivings. Fortunately, after the Amulet summons Snow White , Sofia learns to trust her instincts and goes to Cedric , and they team up to defeat Nettle. In defeating her, Sofia shows her wits have grown and how much she has become in tune with the Amulet.
Miss Nettle explained to the princess and the snowman that she is the creator of the Snowdrop and that the royal gardener of Freezenburg was the one who stole it from her in the first place. Sofia reported this to Princess Hildegard and King Henrik. After informing their subjects that Miss Nettle created the Snowdrop, they honored their winter festival to her, much to the fairy's delight.
Miss Nettle also returns in the episode " Ivy's True Colors ", still doing good deeds. However, she needs the magic of Ivy's butterflies to make the Daisies grow.
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Miss Nettle makes a final non-speaking appearance in the series finale " Forever Royal ", where she can be seen in the audience behind Princess Vivian and Princess Clio , gathered to witness the graduation of Sofia and her friends, possibly indicating that she has made up with the three good fairies or they heard she had reformed. She smiles when the children sing a rendition of the song " Royal Prep " and applauds them. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Sofia and the gang remembers what the laughing lillies did to James, and lets Desmond grow them but he's is still too scared to face her, until James advises him about being royal and brave.
Somehow James makes an idea and the gang rushes to the greenhouse, sneaking from Miss Nettle to distract her from doing her spells. Sofia and Desmond continue sneaking to grow the laughing lillies, Miss Nettle spots them underneath the table, but the lillies grow and sprays pollen on her face which make her laugh uncontrollably until she drops the spell book, The gang rushes to the office where the fairies are trapped, and are saved by their cleverness to find the spell on the 24th page and a wand.
With the fairies freed from the bubble, They ask where Miss Nettle has gone to and find she has disappeared and sneaked up behind them. The evil fairy makes her final move but Desmond jumps on her, leaving her wand and him in a bubble. Miss Nettle has finally lost, and the fairies free Desmond. Finally, the fairies banish Miss Nettle with her wand confiscated. The brave gang still forgets one thing, they'll have to free Professor Popov, ending the episode as they chase the poor trapped professor across the grounds.
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